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2/26/2011 00:03 AM EST
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elctrnx_lyf   2/28/2011 5:38:15 PM
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XOOM will stand out as an competeitor for the Apple ipad. The tablet market is startin to become interesting with the XOOM. Anyway Notionink Adam, HP and RIM tablets will make it a good market place to watch. Keep watching !!!

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Baolt   2/28/2011 8:49:58 PM
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For the fellows who would like to see detailed tear down thanks to ifixit here we can see inside xoom. http://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Motorola-Xoom-Teardown/4989/1 3250 mAh battery, double speakers, samsung Dram, Hynix 2-chip memory MCP and toshiba Nand are highlights from inside of Xoom. With double camera for sure its better than ipad besides again ipad2 is going to big suprise

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Umamaheswaran.S   3/1/2011 4:20:02 AM
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@Great-Terry: Pressure sensors are for multi-floor indoor navigation capability... Lets wait for tomo to see if ipad2 (if released) can steal back the show :)

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daleste   3/1/2011 4:42:34 AM
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Wow, for multi floor navigation! That sounds fantastic! This could allow some really neat games...

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