Motorola Xoom 2 is introduced to the market with lots of improvements over the original Xoom tablet. In this review, we will see how Motorola Xoom 2 is positioned in now-crowded Honeycomb tablet world and whether it has enough hi-level specs to compete Asus Transformer Prime tablet.
First of all, we have a slimmer, more lightweight and faster Xoom as expected. The new tablet is now 0.22 pounds lighter. The new thickness is 8.8mm.
The under-standard screen is now replaced with the Gorilla Glass IPS one. Another improvement is apparent on the cut corners. Its aim is obviously to provide a better feeling at hands (while some claim that it is to secure the tablet from iPad design patent wars while making it unique in style)