Published on August 25th, 2012 | by admin0
Motorola Xoom 2 Media Edition
With a great bright screen, powerful performance, an easy to carry size, and the low price tag, you will love what the Motorola Xoom 2 Media Edition has to offer.
With the powerful brand name, and OS, you know you are going to get speedy performance, and named media edition, you can expect great movie viewing and gaming on this device.
The Design -
With an 8.2 inch screen, an exceptionally thin frame, and a sturdy aluminum back, you can be rest assured you will not damage this tablet easily. With IPS tech, the screen and resolution also benefits the user, the wider viewing angles are great for movie viewing, and the responsive system is going to make for smooth use, even when transitioning from several different open apps or web pages on your device.
Power & Speed -
The Motorola Xoom 2 Media Edition has an OMAP 4 processor, which is one of the fastest you can get on a tablet today. This is going to make for great gaming (for the games you can download), faster processing when connecting or downloading movies, and a great speed for things that require several processors to run.
The Size -
The 8.2 and extremely thin body make the Motorola Xoom 2 Media Edition the perfect size. It is convenient for those who want something on the go, but want a screen size that is a little larger than the traditional 7 inch tablet, but not as bulky as the larger laptop and notebooks that are being sold. So, with the smaller size, and very thin body, you can easily transport this device anywhere, and it is not going to take up too much space, and barely any weight, when carrying it around during the day.
What it misses on -
Although the Motorola Xoom 2 Media Edition is a powerful, and fast moving device, it does miss on a couple of key components. It is a shrunk down version of the 10.1 inch screen, so if you prefer a larger screen, this might be one issue. The SD port has also been eliminated, but no other ports have been removed because of the smaller size, and you are going to get a shorter battery life on a full charge than with the original tablet. And, the absence of 3G might be a deal breaker for some, but this is the only major miss that the tablet has against it, otherwise being one of the best and fastest Android tablets that are sold today.
With a lightning fast processor, perfect size, and very slim body, the Motorola Xoom 2 Media Edition is a tablet for those who are always on the go. The one major drawback is the lack of 3G, but other than that it is possibly one of the top Android tablets you can find. It is also very reasonably priced, which makes it one of the most affordable tablets not only from the Android family, but amongst the other competitors in the tablet market as well; and, at a low price, it surely delivers on all fronts.