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I own this tablet! And I love it!
This is a great device for any elderly person wanting to be connected to the world!
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Jesda wrote:The screen isn't as smooth to scroll your fingers over as the iPad, which makes scrolling a page or playing Angry Birds less enjoyable. However there are some glass sprays on the market that supposedly help (not Windex).
Brillianize works great for this. It's a good cleaner. It will not harm the screen and it will not harm the aftermarket scratch protectors. It leaves a slick anti-dust anti-fingerprint coating. Just spray it on and buff until dry with a soft cotton cloth. My fingers just effortlessly glide across the screen and it takes a while before fingerprints start showing again.
I’m addicted to placebos. I could quit, but it wouldn’t matter. -- Steven Wright
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The Xoom wouldn't be my first choice in tablet. I've had my hands on it and it's heavy, lacks ports, and Honeycomb isn't nearly as stable as it should be -- still needs time to mature. I've got benchmarks and some concise testing notes here: http://www.carrypad.com/2011/06/29/motorola-xoom-testing-notes-and-benchmarks/
Many of you will likely be more interested in the Kindle Fire, that Amazon just announced today, which is 7" and runs for just $199:
Edit: Oh and I forgot to mention. It's got a barometer. Yes, really.
One last edit: The video editor is a joke. Do not purchase this device if you are looking to edit videos with it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-71ciL4dSo
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