i bought an ipad 2. i diddnt like the xoom and honeycomb. I love android to death on phones but i cant stand android tablets.
Yup. They are all great devices.....
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I did the same thing, but didn't feel like waiting in line with my 2year old for 2hrs...so I bailed on the ipad2, I'm still waiting. But I actually miss my Xoom and will most likely get it back. I just wanted to make sure it was the right choice before dropping $800.
Xoom/ipad2 is supposed to be a replacement for my laptop, I just don't think in the long run the iPad2 can do it. Xoom will be updated and bugs fixed, and customs roms will make it even better. I think just convinced myself to go back and get the Xoom.
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I have both the xoom and a 32gb ipad wifi. I have been going between the two devices and haven't yet stuck with one. I love how thin and easy it is to hold the ipad however I just love browsing the internet on the xoom. I will have easily over 5 tabs open everytime I get on the browser. On the ipad its a pain to have that many windows open.
How is it a pain to have tab open? You just hit that one on screen button and it displays previews of all your tabs....I don't see the difficulty.
The xoom just seems so big and clunky next to the ipad....and isn't there an app to use flash on the ipad?
Wish there were a 10inch nook.
HTML5 really is the future of the internet and flash is the past. I got to give it to apple for sticking with it and pretty much forcing content distributors to switch by not including flash. But it is kind of stupid for them not to since its the industry standard right now. I would already have a xoom if my wife didn't have the keys to the bank account. Lol but both devices have their pluses and minuses. To each their own. Plus till these things get cheaper im stuck with my hp dm3.
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I've had my Xoom for two weeks now, and bought it as a replacement for my dying Acer laptop. I have not yet even been tempted to open the laptop. There are still some things I haven't figured out how to do yet (like a Distribution List in my Email) but for the most part, I'm finding the Xoom an excellent replacement. I love the portability and being able to connect from anywhere. I only wish I were better at typing on a glass keyboard!
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