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With Telstra's price drop and Android 3.1, the Xoom becomes a little more competitive. We take another look at the first Honeycomb tablet.
The Good: Wonderful fit and finish • 802.11n 5GHz support • Speakers are better than expected • Performance is reasonably nippy • Android Honeycomb is a pleasure to use.
The Bad: Screen doesn't have the vibrancy of some of its competitors • Volume buttons are difficult to press • Will not charge over USB • May be heavier than some are willing to accept.
Click here for our full review of the Motorola Xoom.
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