Tablet Thursday: Get a Motorola Xoom 4G LTE 2 + for $ 219 shipped

So here's something I did not know: When Motorola released the successor to its inevitable popular Xoom tablet, it was called the Xoom 2 - in Europe. Here in the country, Motorola has decided to call the Droid Xyboard.

Droid Xyboard. I'll let it sink in a moment. Which may not be among the most stupid technical product names all the time, but it is up there.

How about we just agree to call the Xoom 2 and focus on our lives, 'kay? Bon. Today only, and while supplies last, flies daily renovated the Motorola Xoom 2 + 4G LTE tablet for $ 219 shipped. And this is where it gets really interesting: You have to select between 8.2 and 10.1-inch screens.

Zuh? Yep, the Xoom 2 is available in two sizes. Why Daily steals has priced the same, I have no idea. But as a 4G enabled tablet 10.1-inch for $ 219 rocks, I can see the appeal of choosing the smallest model. It is a little lighter, a little more compact, a little easier to handle with one hand.

In all cases, both Xoom 2s net you a 1.2 GHz processor, 16 GB of expandable storage, dual cameras, Bluetooth, and the possibility of sweet, sweet 4G LTE Verizon. (Note that I said "option". You do not need to activate the service, nor do you need to sign a contract if you do) I think that gives a leg big Xoom 2 up on shelves competitors, some of which even offer 4G, and certainly not at this price.

I have not used a Xoom 2 myself, but CNET says it "feels like an amalgamation of all our favorite Android tablets of 2011." (He made his debut in late 2011 It is a little over a year.) Although it comes with Android 3.2 (Honeycomb), you can easily upgrade to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).

Because this is a refurb, you only get a 90 day warranty. And because it is sold by flies daily, it may take several weeks to arrive at your door. (This is par for the course, do not order if you are in a hurry.)

These slow hand, it is one of the best offers I've seen on a large (or more) 4G-compatible tablet. Perhaps the look!

Many Bonus: The Cortex Camera application for iOS helps you better break low light photos. It normally sells for $ 2.99 but for a limited time, you can get a free Cortex camera. CNET Matt Elliott said: "In my experience, I found that camera Cortex significantly reduced noise in low light conditions." Sold!

Bonus deal No. 2: I will not forget you, Android users: Today only, the Amazon Appstore for Android has FlightBoard Mobiata absolutely free. Regular Price: $ 3.99. This tracker is a top-rated flight in real time - and a very cool, in my humble opinion.
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