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Cellular South Introduces the MOTOROLA XOOM Wi-Fi

Cellular South announced availability of the MOTOROLA XOOMTM Wi-Fi tablet to consumer and business customers.
“When paired with our Novatel MiFi hotspot, this tablet will give our customers unparalleled access to their personal content and work files over our industry-leading mobile broadband data network.”
The award-winning MOTOROLA XOOM, which was selected as “Best of Show” at CES – the world’s largest consumer electronics show – earlier this year, is the first device operating on AndroidTM 3.0 Honeycomb, designed especially for tablets. In addition to widgets, true multi-tasking, browsing, notifications and customization, the tablet also features the latest Google™ Mobile services, including Google MapsTM 5.0 with 3D interaction and delivers access to over 3 million Google eBooksTM and thousands of apps on Android MarketTM.
Featuring a 1GHz dual-core processor and 1 GB of RAM, the 10.1-inch widescreen HD tablet gives Cellular South customers a new type of mobile computing experience with Wi-Fi or with the optional Novatel MiFiTM hotspot for mobile broadband network compatibility.
MOTOROLA XOOM revolutionizes the tablet device sector by offering users more ways to have fun, connect with friends and stay productive on the go. The impressive unit allows customers to experience HD content on the device and supports HD video via HDMI output for larger HD screens. MOTOROLA XOOM also features support for a Beta of Adobe® Flash® Player 10.2, downloadable from Android Market, enabling the delivery of rich Flash based web content including videos, casual games and rich Internet applications.
“MOTOROLA XOOM is a dynamic addition to Cellular South’s growing suite of Android devices and builds on our promise to deliver the industry’s best Android experience,” said Kevin Hankins, chief operating officer for Cellular South. “When paired with our Novatel MiFi hotspot, this tablet will give our customers unparalleled access to their personal content and work files over our industry-leading mobile broadband data network.”
The sleek, stylish and slim tablet features a front-facing 2 MP camera for video chats as well as a rear-facing 5 MP camera that captures video in HD. The unit provides console-like gaming performance on its 1280 x 800 display and features a built-in gyroscope, barometer, e-compass, accelerometer and adaptive lighting for new types of applications.
MOTOROLA XOOM provides constant connectivity for mobile professionals with access to GmailTM and Microsoft ExchangeTM e-mail; opening and editing documents, spreadsheets and presentations and viewing calendars and sending out appointments or meeting notices at mobile broadband speeds.
The MOTOROLA XOOM tablet is available as a Wi-Fi only unit or customers can pair up the tablet with a free Novatel MiFiTM 2200 hotspot with the purchase of a data plan. Pricing for the MOTOROLA XOOM is $599.99.


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