Motorola Tablets: My Thoughts and Impressions

Posted by B. Johnson
Published on September 12, 2014 | 0 comments
Motorola Tablets: My Thoughts and ImpressionsHi guys, welcome back!

The popularity of Motorola started rising again to the top when this company outed an impressive lineup of smartphone under the Moto family, ranging from the high-end model (Moto X), low-end model (Moto G) and even impressively, the lowest-end model (Moto E), which all of these guys are really powerful in terms of performance, even the lowest-end model.

However, this contradicts with the achievement of this company on tablet market.

Unlike other rivals like Apple, Samsung or Sony that are really active on both smartphone and tablet markets, Motorola doesn’t have much to say in this tablet-making business.

Motorola XOOM MZ604

Motorola Tablets: My Thoughts and ImpressionsThis specialized-cellphone company actually used to have one interesting tablet available to buy on the market in the past around 3 years ago.

And that was called Motorola XOOM (MZ604) Tablet, a 10.1-inch tablet sporting a pretty powerful set of hardware – from a Tegra 2 quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM and of course the 8-core GeForce ULP GPU, which are more than adequate to handle the 720p resolution on this device.

This Motorola XOOM tablet actually kind of reminds me with other Tegra 2 tablets out there – which also feature the same Tegra 2 processor, 1GB of RAM and 720p display.

So when it comes to gaming performance, this Motorola’s tablet might be pretty similar with other counterparts.

And that means this device is more than capable to handle older games like Samurai Showdown, ShadowGun, Modern Combat 1, NOVA 1, Asphalt 6 or other older titles released in 2011 or before that year – and yes, all can be played in full highest graphics.

But of course, for the latest and most graphics intense games like Modern Combat 4 and 5, NOVA 3, Asphalt 8 or GTA San Andreas, it’s really obvious that this Motorola tablet will suffer a lot when playing these games in full highest graphics.

Unfortunately, if you’re on the verge of buying this Motorola XOOM in the near future, you’re gonna be left disappointed because Motorola itself had already stopped the production of this device since few years ago.

So you’re probably not gonna find it anymore lying around the smartphone or gadget stores near your town right now.

Motorola Tablets: My Thoughts and Impressions
But even so, Motorola XOOM is still a decent quality tablet, especially as a media-consumption device.

There are just many things to be liked from this tablet – besides its good processor, GPU and gaming performance -, such as its 5MP and 2MP cameras back and front with dual-LED flash, microSD card slot for up to 32GB to support the 16/32/64GB internal storage options, Android 3.0 Honeycomb out of the box (which can be upgraded to 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich), and of course its great long lasting battery life.

And thanks to Motorola’s great expertise on battery department of its devices, plus the fact that Tegra 2 dual-core processor is not power-hungry, then you can expect to see this tablet last all day long even in heavy use.

Okay then, that’s it for now about this Motorola's tablet.

Of course, i’ll be updating this blog post especially when Motorola finally has interest again in tablet-making business in the future.

So if you’re interested to find out more about newer tablets from this company, then be sure to stick around on this page (or even bookmark it) for further updates.

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