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    Motorola May Be Working on a New Moto X-style Customizable Android Tablet & a Phablet


    Motorola may be taking this new Moto X customization schtick to a whole new product line. According to some recent statements by Motorola's CEO Dennis Woodside, Motorola is actually working on a new Android tablet. Furthermore, this new tablet from Motorola could utilize the same Moto Maker customization options which we see on the Moto X. It has certainly been a while since Motorola played in the tablet waters. Not since the Xoom and the Xyboard have we seen a Motorola Android tablet.

    Additionally, there is intel Motorola might also be working on a larger phablet style version of the Moto X, which would be Moto Maker customizable as well.

    What do you guys think of this news? Would you like to see a Moto X Android tablet or phablet that is customizable from the Motorola Texas factory?

    Source: Engadget
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    Would love to see what they come up with for a tablet. Now that Google is involved they just may come up with some compelling new tablets.
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    im interested. and if they go moto maker...wow
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    Yes on the phablet!! The more choices the better.
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    A Moto X phablet would be very interesting.

    As for Moto-maker, I couldn't care less. It's a gimmick, might be an effective one but I'd much much much rather have hardware options vs. pondering a wood backing. Or at least I'd prefer they offer a product that actually has top specs across the board.
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