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Dud wrote:All current Xoom owners ...
PLEASE make some recommendations for specific accessories for the Xoom. The wife is already shopping around. The BEST recommendations come from those who are in-the-know and have used those accessories.
Many thanks ...
I just agonized over the accessories I wanted for the 3 woot just forced on me. Went to Motorola store and started filling up the cart with half-off and free mice and cases. At checkout, and seeing another $400 worth of expenses on top of the $1,000 I just dropped here, it started to dawn on me.
These are the in-betweens. They are not phones and they are not PC's, they fit the in-between niche only. And I knew that going in so why was I buying a keyboard and mouse? DELETE from cart...Why was I buying a Speaker Dock? All I wanted was an extra power supply and they both come with cases like an iPhone (no screen protection) so Delete from cart and replace with standard dock. Free shipping too. I did buy the blue cases (black ones are free) as well and will return the blacks as the blues with Motorola's permission. So of all the accessories, extra charger and a case is all you need. Get screen protectors really cheap every where. Less than $2 from Mono price
800+ woots! - Talk to the Square
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How much extra would it cost to have the food included?
Need me some Boxes Of Condoms!
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First, I am not an Apple Fanboy, I'm typing this on a PC. But please, PLEASE get him the iPad. I do professional writing and audio recording and (with the bluetooth keyboard and a nice mic made for the iPad) can do remarkable things. It's also great for Netflix. It can also connect to a TV or monitor (with optional cables), so it can be used as a desktop unit if you are in one place for a long time and wish to use it that way. Many apps are free or very cheap and they are all vetted by Apple, so they actually work. Plus, I'll bet it is the one he really wants. The darn thing works, and works well.
acpress.com Not cute, but useful.
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ls353759 wrote:Do they have to advertise "with wifi"? Honestly
That really means: wifi only, i.e., without 4G, 3G or 2G.
Kinda like "whatchamacallit ready" normally means "without whatchamacallit."
I'm supposed to buy something? But we're having so much fun with things as they are, I don't want to ruin it!
Purchases: 18 / 11 (nobody cares what, so I won't tell you);
Brownies of Cannabis: 1 / 12 (Thanks, Wootalyzer! -- would it help if I called them something else?).