It is official the Motorola has come up with Wi-Fi only Xoom with just $600. This should attract some consumers because the tablet runs on Android 3.0 aka Honeycomb. In fact, Xoom is a good and powerful device with 32 GB memory and a good processor.
It would have been better if Motorola had announced the Wi-Fi only version on the day it launched the 3G Xoom for $600. According to Matthey Shaer of Christian Science Monitor, this delay may have caused some damage to the prospect of Xoom tablet. Matthew Shaer gave reference of an analyst who gave his opinion to The Wall Street Journal.
To be honest with you, I do not agree with this kind of assertion because I think that Motorola Xoom has good potential to improve its sales figure. The tablet is solid and it runs on Honeycomb. It is perhaps too early to reach any such conclusions that Android OS will not become better than iOS in the next one or two years. Secondly, Motorola has a long history with wireless devices. All the reviews that I have come across about Xoom have been more or less positive. So, we feel that it is better late than never for Motorola to launch a Wi-Fi only version of Xoom tablet PC.