Today Wendy Wick from CuteGeek.com and I were able to get a hands on Demo of the upcoming Motorola Photon 4G for Sprint. A fantastic enterprise device that will even allow users to essentially use the phone as a computer.
The blogosphere kicked up a fuss when two publications reported the Motorola Xoom tablet’s price between $700 and $800, more than the $499 Apple iPad. But the reported pricing is similar to an iPad of comparable specs.
According to alleged Best Buy documents posted on Engadget, Motorola will launch its tablet on Feb. 17. The document calls the device a “Motorola Xoom 3.0 Honeycomb 32” (suggesting 32GB of memory) and lists an in-stock date of Feb. 16. Engadget later updated the story with a source pricing the Xoom at $699.99. By comparison, Apple’s 32GB iPad with 3G connectivity costs $729. (At its unveiling at CES, Motorola said the Xoom would have 3G.)