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Sales of Motorola Xoom, down to 100,000 Units

Written on April 07, 2011 by Japhet Writ

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With Apple's iPad 2 on the rise, what will happen to Motorola Xoom's false start?

has been barred by an expensive initial price, low-build quality and what seems to be a general absence of interests on tablets other than iPad. Motorola originally estimated to sell three to five million units this year. However, the company sharply deducted its production orders. Obviously, ’s fails to raise the tide for other tablets.

The Motorola Xoom was the first tablet to come with Android 3.0 . It was initially billed as faster than iPad, with Adobe Flash support, and with more engrossing 3D user interface. However, the release of iPad 2 erased it. Hence, Motorola’s false start with the Xoom poses a threat to people’s insight about Google’s Android . More than that, it can blight similar offerings from Samsung, Acer and Toshiba this summer.

If that will be the case, where will Motorola Xoom and other Honeycomb tablets go from here?

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