Motorola Xyboard Tablet First Impressions Review

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Screen

The Xyboard series has two tablets, a 10.1 inch model, and an 8.2 inch model, each with an IPS LCD display with a capacitive touchscreen. We haven't gotten either into our labs yet for testing, so we can't comment on things like color gamut, exact reflectance, or other aspects of screen performance.

Front Image

Indoor & Outdoor Use

LCD screens typically struggle with outdoor use, but as we have not taken our photospectrometer to the Xyboard yet, we can't tell you how well or poorly the Xyboard fares in the sunlight.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Screen
  4. Internet Apps
  5. Conclusion

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