Motorola Xyboard Tablet First Impressions Review



At the 2012 CES this year, Motorola showcased its replacement to the Xoom, a tablet that's been ever-present on our leaderboard for most of the year. The Xyboard series of tablets, coming in sizes of 8.2 inches and 10.1 inches, boast IPS displays, along with a nanocoating that makes them water resistant (and consequently more durable). While we haven't gotten these into the lab for testing, rest assured we'll give you the best idea of what to expect when we do.


  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Screen
  4. Internet Apps
  5. Conclusion
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A seasoned writer and product photographer for our electronics sites, Chris now reviews cameras. Educated in Political Science and Linguistics, Chris can often be found building a robot army, snowboarding, or reading academic papers.