If you are interested in what actually makes Motorola’s new Xoom tablet tick, a new teardown movie created by the team over at Direct Fix will bare all of the Xoom’s secrets for you. Watch the video of the Xoom get taken apart screw by screw, after the jump.
In its complete state the Motorola Xoom tablet runs Googles Android Honeycomb OS and comes equipped with two cameras, one the front and one on the rear together with playback support for AAC, H.263, H.264, MP3, MPEG-4, ACC+ Enhanced, OGG, MIDI, AMR NB, and AAC+ media formats.
The Xoom includes proximity, ambient light, barometer, gyroscope sensors and is fitted with a 10.1-in.; WXGA (1280x 800 pixels; 150 pixels / inch), HD 720p touchscreen display all powered by a 1GHz Dual Core processor, with 32GB of storage for media and files.Filed Under: Android News, Tablet News