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Thursday, 02 June 2011 09:55

Video of Atom tablet vs. Motorola Xoom

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Atom Z670 no match for Tegra 2 CPUs
You know that Motorola went overboard with Xoom pricing and that it would sell much better if it were cheaper, but what's done is done.

Our mole from Taiwan managed to put Tegra 2 powered Xoom tablet next to Intel's tablet codenamed Marco Polo 2. Atom that also runs Honeycomb OS runs things significantly slower than Tegra 2, and its easy to notice it when you take a look at this video.

The video is here.


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