The Motorola Xoom is the first tablet to hit the market bearing Google’s Android 3.0 OS, made specifically for tablets. In a way, this slate represents the template for all other Honeycomb Android tablets with its revamped interface, enhanced multitasking and web browsing, and a system bar that replaces the traditional hardware menu buttons. The Xoom itself also packs some nice hardware, including a dual-core processor, HDMI output, and dual cameras. But soon after the Xoom hit the streets, Apple released the iPad 2. This hot-selling sequel also features a dual-core CPU and dual cameras, all wrapped up in an ultra-slim design. This is the device that all other tablets will be measured against, including Motorola and Google’s baby.
So how do the Motorola Xoom and the iPad 2 compare when you put them head to head? Read on to find out.