Also unveils three new smartphones – ATRIX, CLIQ 2 and DROID BIONIC
Motorola Mobility has unveiled its first tablet running Android 3.0 Honeycomb, at the 2011 International CES show in Las Vegas, in addition to an array of other mobile devices.
The XOOM comes with dual core processor; connects to the new Google Mobile Innovation service offering books, music and movies; and all in HD optimised 10.1inch widescreen.
The company said that its XOOM is designed for watching HD video in landscape mode and narrow enough for convenient two-handed on-screen typing in portrait mode.
The tablet provides dock options that allow HD content streaming to TV and easy connection to PC accessories like mouse and keyboard devices; and includes a fully functioning HD camcorder and a 5MP camera to view and edit videos and photos immediately.
In addition, the company has unveiled three smartphones – ATRIX, CLIQ 2 and DROID BIONIC – all comes with a dual core processor.
ATRIX is equipped with webtop application and features new accessory docks including Laptop Dock that provide users with a larger screen, keyboard and trackpad enabling them to have an enhanced computer-like experience.
The smartphone features 1GHz dual-core processor, which the company claims is capable of opening web pages fast and consists 1GB of RAM to deliver multi-tasking, such as watching a movie while receiving and responding to email.
The company said that the ATRIX will be available in the US from AT&T in Q1 2011 and available in other markets later this year.
CLIQ 2 combines Android software and MOTOBLUR social connectivity, and features 3.7inch display, and processor and preloaded applications such as BLOCKBUSTER ONDEMAND and Amazon Kindle for entertainment experience.
Contacts, login information, email and social networking messages are kept securely on the MOTOBLUR secure server, allowing consumers to remotely locate and wipe their phone if it is ever lost or stolen.
The company said that CLIQ 2 with MOTOBLUR will be available exclusively to T-Mobile US customers on 19 January 2011.
DROID BIONIC is an Android-based smartphone with LTE, which provides mobile Internet experience that’s up to 10 times faster than 3G.
The new smartphone comes with a dual core processor with each core running at 1GHz, delivering up to two GHz of processing power and 512MB RAM.
In addition, its multiplayer gaming capabilities allow consumers to challenge friends to live peer-to-peer gaming, viewed through the device’s 4.3inch qHD quality screen.
The company said that with DROID BIONIC front-facing VGA web cam, consumers can share experiences either via Wi-Fi or 4G LTE.