Probably the most promising tablet at the Consumer Electronics Show last week in Vegas was the Motorola Xoom – the first and right now only tablet that will run Google’s Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” at launch, and will come to you courtesy of the Verizon Wireless network. Verizon Wireless really made a play at CES for some of the best and strongest devices this year (and after the fact, but we’ll get to that later) and their effort really shows.
The video above is from Mashable, where they got a chance to go hands-on with the device which, sadly, was only really showing a demo video of the Xoom’s features and of Honeycomb at CES – Motorola wasn’t about to let anyone see the workings of the device, likely because it’s ready for show, but probably not ready to completely show off just yet.
Still, the video above (along with the demo video we’ve posted already) will give you an idea of what to expect when the Xoom is available, and kind of tantalize you as to why everyone is looking forward to it so much.
For some more detail on the device and a rundown of the specs, this hands-on at PC Mag should help.