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Old February 16th, 2011, 12:32 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Xoom official at $800 on vzw, with a $600 wifi only version coming eventually. You can buy 3 nooks for the price of one Xoom.

just googled it. $800 for unsubsidized 3g/4g/wifi version? thats actually really good. I wonder what the 3g/4g/wifi under contract will be priced at?

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just googled it. $800 for unsubsidized 3g/4g/wifi version? thats actually really good. I wonder what the 3g/4g/wifi under contract will be priced at?
I think the 3G/4G is priced on a tiered basis.
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Just think about it guys. The Motorola Xoom has been priced accordingly to US Dollar's inflation.
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I was considering the Xoom, but I just bought a Nook for $200.00 and I told myself the extra three inches of screen and camera just weren't worth the extra $600.00. If I find the screen is too small, I can always upgrade later when prices for 10" tabs drops. That being said I would probably consider the Viewsoniv g tab over the xoom. Similar specs at a better price point.
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Wifi-only Xoom will be $730. Still a shitty deal.

PC World UK tips pricing on Wi-Fi Motorola XOOM; 449 ($730) | BGR
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I was considering the Xoom, but I just bought a Nook for $200.00 and I told myself the extra three inches of screen and camera just weren't worth the extra $600.00. If I find the screen is too small, I can always upgrade later when prices for 10" tabs drops. That being said I would probably consider the Viewsoniv g tab over the xoom. Similar specs at a better price point.
Three inches just ain't worth it. I know. I hear it all the time.
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Three inches just ain't worth it. I know. I hear it all the time.
I was going to buy a GTablet but the screen wasn't cutting it. Especially after I played with the Nook's screen. Plus, the price point of the Nook is a great buy at $200.
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Three inches just ain't worth it. I know. I hear it all the time.
Really? You don't want to leave yourself that wide open for jokes do you?

But seriously, the Xoom is a much better tablet than the nook (just is). People on a tighter budget probably won't opt for the Xoom as the nook and other cheaper tablets provide more value. Whether it's worth it or not is going to differ from one person to the next.
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There's no question the Xoom is a better tablet. I don't think anyone would argue that. The people at Motorola were intending to make a great tablet. The people at BN were just trying to make an e-reader and people hacked it to turn it into a tablet.
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The nook is basically a Droid X with a 7 in screen.... same basic internals. I love my Droid X, and at $200 the Nook is a great buy IMHO. But I usually go for the latest/greatest when I buy and the Xoom and other upcoming powertabs are very appealing. However at 3 to 4 times the cost, I'm not sure they are THAT much better. It really depends on if you can afford the best of the current best or if you are OK tweaking a lesser product that makes it a very nice and useable rig. Personally I am waitiing for a bit before getting a tab - my Droid X is basically my tab now anyway. I will wait til there is more separation between a tab and a smartphone.
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The Nook is kind of a little girl I have a real woman now. I do not think the Nook will ever fulfill the honeycomb experience.
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The nook is basically a Droid X with a 7 in screen.... same basic internals. I love my Droid X, and at $200 the Nook is a great buy IMHO. But I usually go for the latest/greatest when I buy and the Xoom and other upcoming powertabs are very appealing. However at 3 to 4 times the cost, I'm not sure they are THAT much better. It really depends on if you can afford the best of the current best or if you are OK tweaking a lesser product that makes it a very nice and useable rig. Personally I am waitiing for a bit before getting a tab - my Droid X is basically my tab now anyway. I will wait til there is more separation between a tab and a smartphone.

Well said.

The reason that I feel the Xoom is overpriced is simply because we don't NEED them. Sure, tablets are cool. But smartphones do EVERYTHING that our tablets can do (if not more). I'm typing his message on my Archos 70 priced at a reasonable $279.99 (reasonable to me that is)...so obviously I like having the larger device. I'm just not ready to invest even $500.

To me, the Xoom might as well be $5,000. It is so far away from what I'm willing to spend. But to each their own. If someone sees the Xoom as being worth the $600 price tag on two year contract (or a little more for wifi only or pay full retail)...then that's up to them. I'd love to have one...just not gonna buy one.
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Well said.

The reason that I feel the Xoom is overpriced is simply because we don't NEED them. Sure, tablets are cool. But smartphones do EVERYTHING that our tablets can do (if not more). I'm typing his message on my Archos 70 priced at a reasonable $279.99 (reasonable to me that is)...so obviously I like having the larger device. I'm just not ready to invest even $500.

To me, the Xoom might as well be $5,000. It is so far away from what I'm willing to spend. But to each their own. If someone sees the Xoom as being worth the $600 price tag on two year contract (or a little more for wifi only or pay full retail)...then that's up to them. I'd love to have one...just not gonna buy one.
The Xoom is twice what my girlfriends laptop cost. You can get an Archos 9 or an eee tablet, which are full blow Windows 7 computers for <$500. I personally couldn't justify spending that much money on a toy that not even in the same ballpark for functionality.

Besides, 10" is a really bad size to haul around (for a guy anyways. If you have a purse, this isn't as much of an issue). It won't fit in any pockets, so you'll have to either carry a netbook bag everywhere you go or hold it constantly. And it's also an awkward size to hold/use. I think 7" is far better for a mobile device (for me anyways).
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Well said.

The reason that I feel the Xoom is overpriced is simply because we don't NEED them. Sure, tablets are cool. But smartphones do EVERYTHING that our tablets can do (if not more). I'm typing his message on my Archos 70 priced at a reasonable $279.99 (reasonable to me that is)...so obviously I like having the larger device. I'm just not ready to invest even $500.

To me, the Xoom might as well be $5,000. It is so far away from what I'm willing to spend. But to each their own. If someone sees the Xoom as being worth the $600 price tag on two year contract (or a little more for wifi only or pay full retail)...then that's up to them. I'd love to have one...just not gonna buy one.

I agree. Tabs right now are just basically bigger screened smartphones, and you are right, most of the android tabs are actually less usable than the current crop of smartphones as the OS was not optimized for the larger device. The Nook is appealing because it has great internals, great screen, and is easily hackable at a GREAT current price relative to other tabs. I actually bought 3 Coby 7015's for our kids for christmas for $149 each, and while they have been an absolute HIT with the kids, they lacked by far for me comparing to what my DX can do. It isn't even close. I still think being a little more patient will yield an overall price correction in the tab market as right now they are priced more than a decently spec'd laptop. I sold my Asus G73JH and am using an $500 hp lappy as I type and right now the Xoom can't touch this laptop overall. So until I see more real REASON to own a tab, unless the price is just so low its a no brainer, I'll wait. Ideally I want a tab akin to the upcoming asus transformer, but with the ability to dual boot win 7 and android..... dreaming I know. Maybe in a couple years. Then it can truly be a laptop replacement.
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Anybody else feel bad for the Nook? The nook got thrust in a tablet war when it didn't even want to fight. haha.

Just because some devs decided to give it some guns doesn't mean it wanted to go out killing other tablets.

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It's kind of a trojan horse.... nice internals hidden under an e-reader facade.
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Wifi-only Xoom will be $730. Still a shitty deal.

PC World UK tips pricing on Wi-Fi Motorola XOOM; 449 ($730) | BGR
Can't use simple exchange rates for pricing. European prices are always much higher because of VAT.

Guarantee it will be $599 USD.

Honestly, I do think it's worth every penny more than the Nook Color. Probably end up getting one, but will wait for the market to settle a bit since there are going to be tons of tablet releases coming soon. Nook Color will suit me fine until then.
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I'm so happy I got the NC... It's perfect for my needs. After playing with the Xoom for a while I think it's wayyyy over priced and will be better in mid summer, when all the bugs are fixed and the price drops $200-300
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Even at $599 it's really, really expensive.
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Even at $599 it's really, really expensive.
Expensive is relative.

However, it has signifigantly better hardware than the competing 32GB iPad for the same price. I do think Motorola should have released a 16GB WiFi version for $499 first, just to quiet those who keep complaining about the price.

That may change today based on Apples announcement.
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Expensive is relative.

However, it has signifigantly better hardware than the competing 32GB iPad for the same price. I do thing Motorola should have released a 16GB WiFi version for $499 first, just to quiet those who keep complaining about the price.

That may change today based on Apples announcement.
I agree with this.

Comparing the Xoom to the GTablet, these are the only point the Xoom beats the GTablet:

* RAM: Xoom has 1GB, Gtablet has 512MB.
* Cameras: Xoom has a rear facing one, and a better front facing one.
* Display: Viewing angles are a bit better, most likely because of...
* Resolution: The Xoom has a higher resolution, which I think is what causes the GTablet's poor viewing angles (In landscape, the GTablet has great viewing angles. In portrait, it sucks).

So, the GTablet costs $375 or so, and the Xoom costs $599. I'm sure the extra RAM helps a bit. I've never had a "Too little RAM" issue with the GTab, but I'll cede it most likely helps. How much? Who knows.

Will I take pictures with my tablet? No. I have a camera for that, and for quick pics, I'm not picking up a tablet to do it, I'm grabbing my phone (Fascinate, which has a better camera than the Xoom).

Now, the Gtablet has the Xoom beat out in the following points:
* SD Card: Yes, the Xoom will have one, but it's not active yet.
* Flash: Yes, it's Coming Soon(TM) for the Xoom, but the GTablet has it already
* USB Port: A USB port in host mode, so you can use pretty much any USB device short of CD-ROM drives.
* Totally unlocked: To reflash, place ROM on card (Internal, or external), and reboot into reocvery. New ROM is flashed.
* Dev community supported: Viewsonic is embracing the Dev community. Even linking to the XDA site. Motorola's support for these kinds of things are lacking, to say the least.
* Price: The GTablet is under $400.

The USB port is a killer point for me. My tablet can now replace my netbook. The unlocked nature is also killer, and Viewsonic thus far has been rapid on their updates. They have also ensured (As best as a corporation can), that this is not a dead-end product they will ignore after 6 months.
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Anybody else feel bad for the Nook? The nook got thrust in a tablet war when it didn't even want to fight. haha.

Just because some devs decided to give it some guns doesn't mean it wanted to go out killing other tablets.

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Very interesting perspective, but I think it's really more of a Trojan horse...and has already gotten inside the gates of Troy!
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I know this is a NC vs. Xoom thread...but I'm just going to go slightly off topic here.

Last night I didn't feel like getting my laptop out. But I wanted to watch some Youtube videos of the Atrix, Inspire, and Galaxy S 4G. I propped up my little Archos 70 tablet using the built in kickstand...and got me thinking...

I really wouldn't complain about the NC not having a kickstand. I even understand why some of the cheaper tablets don't have them. Why in the world doesn't the Xoom have one? That's just stupid! Oh sure...I'm sure you can BUY the docking station...but you shouldn't have to. The Xoom is a decently heavy device with a big display. My Archos has a cheap kickstand...but it's really handy. I just don't get the decision to exclude something like that. You gonna bring your dock with you on the plane just so you can prop up your device while you watch a movie???
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I'm considering getting a Nook Color at this point, after debating whether or not to get this or a gTablet... I chose the NC. Screen quality, build quality, price point and the fact that its running better and better builds of honeycomb, might as well. I was concerned about having a front-facing cam for a tab, but my EVO will be able to take over that responsibility for now.
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The iPad 2 is priced at $499 (wifi version) and it's got a front facing camera and dual core processors. What does the Xoom have hardware wise that justifies being nearly twice the price?
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Very interesting perspective, but I think it's really more of a Trojan horse...and has already gotten inside the gates of Troy!

Lol, yeah but it was reluctant to even go inside the gates of Troy. Most people who truly understand why this device is so great, they understand that in essence, the nook shouldn't be able to do half the things it does now. And it's cheap!

But people who put down the nook look at what it can do and say it's nothing because their tablet can do that too and more. But to be honest, tablets are supposed to do all those things. Like Chris Rock said, you shouldn't brag about something you're supposed to do. Of course, I'm paraphrasing.
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The iPad 2 is priced at $499 (wifi version) and it's got a front facing camera and dual core processors. What does the Xoom have hardware wise that justifies being nearly twice the price?
yeah I'm hoping for a price drop for the Xoom and all other Android tablets that are coming out.
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Well, Apple has always been known as a leader in value-priced electronics.













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The 16GB WiFi iPad2 is $499 and the 32GB WiFi iPad2 is $599.

The 32GB WiFi Xoom will be $599. I see that as very competitive, much less not at twice the price. You also get higher resolution screen in a better aspect ratio, future flash capability, SD card expandability, better graphics (early reports) and so on.

To take this futher, the 32 GB 3G Xoom, which you can purchase today, is $30 cheaper than the 16BG 3G iPad. ($599 vs. $629). Yes, you are under contract, but you'd also have to pay a data plan for the Apple device to use 3G, so I don't see that as an issue. Otherwise, why pay for 3G?

Even unsubsidized, the Xoom is $30 cheaper than Apple's top line model.
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I think the Xoom should have been significantly cheaper to steal some of the iCrap people IMHO. Wanna be "winning" as Charlie Sheen would say? Better come in with a product and pricepoint that steals the day. Once your product line is established, then you can ask top dollar.

BTW, while Sheen is a blithering narcissitic egomaniac and I'm no fan, his latest stuff is pure gold to read and watch.
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Old March 3rd, 2011, 09:41 AM   #81 (permalink)
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The 16GB WiFi iPad2 is $499 and the 32GB WiFi iPad2 is $599.

The 32GB WiFi Xoom will be $599. I see that as very competitive, much less not at twice the price. You also get higher resolution screen in a better aspect ratio, future flash capability, SD card expandability, better graphics (early reports) and so on.

To take this futher, the 32 GB 3G Xoom, which you can purchase today, is $30 cheaper than the 16BG 3G iPad. ($599 vs. $629). Yes, you are under contract, but you'd also have to pay a data plan for the Apple device to use 3G, so I don't see that as an issue. Otherwise, why pay for 3G?

Even unsubsidized, the Xoom is $30 cheaper than Apple's top line model.
Even at $599 it's not competitive. Apple is positioning the iPad as an entry level tablet. That is what people are going to buy. Someone who's never had a tablet before isn't going to plop down $599 on a wifi only device that's unproven. They'll buy an entry level device which is where the iPad is priced at.
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Even at $599 it's not competitive. Apple is positioning the iPad as an entry level tablet. That is what people are going to buy. Someone who's never had a tablet before isn't going to plop down $599 on a wifi only device that's unproven. They'll buy an entry level device which is where the iPad is priced at.
They're priced the same. I'm not following the logic.
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This thread appears to have lived out is usefulness. Anyone who cares to hear more must of bought one or the other and think they made a mistake.

At this point and probably since day one it's all about the platform stupid. I do not think anyone on this forum are trying to argue the merits at this point, it's really a battle of the fanboys.

Now comparing Xoom, LG Slate, HTC will be more productive.

If you don't feel good about your purchase, bring it back!

Sorry thought this was the Xoom vs iPad thread!
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They're priced the same. I'm not following the logic.
Apparently $599 for an Apple tablet is cheaper than $599 for a Xoom????

Your guess is as good as mine.
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looks like discount "clubs" will be selling the wifi xoom for $539.00

Which makes me think the standard price will be $549.00 at bestbuy etc.

so for $40.00 more, you get 16 more gigs of space....

and you all know the other specs as well. a $539.00 price point for the wifi xoom absolutely knocks the pants off a 499.00 ipad 2.
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Really? You don't want to leave yourself that wide open for jokes do you?

But seriously, the Xoom is a much better tablet than the nook (just is). People on a tighter budget probably won't opt for the Xoom as the nook and other cheaper tablets provide more value. Whether it's worth it or not is going to differ from one person to the next.

He was totally aiming to leave it open for jokes, that was the point....It made me giggle
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This argument is really very simple.

If you have $600+ Get the Xoom.

If you dont, get the NC.

They are not, never were, or never will be meant to compare with each other. If you have the money for a Xoom, get it, if you dont, dont.
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This argument is really very simple.

If you have $600+ Get the Xoom.

If you dont, get the NC.

They are not, never were, or never will be meant to compare with each other. If you have the money for a Xoom, get it, if you dont, dont.
May I suggest a correction? It should probably say "If you have $300 to blow on a somewhat better gadget/toy, get the Xoom."

While I'm sure the Xoom does many things far better than the Nook, it's still a high tech toy just like the nook. It does the same exact thing, just better. Which is perfectly fine, there is nothing wrong with that or spending $600 on one if you can. What is wrong to to say that everyone SHOULD, just because they can (and are asking the question).
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If your not thinking about buying a Xoom for real you should get the hell off the forum. All these trap questions are getting on my nerves.

Or if you can't afford one don't ask any questions.
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If your not thinking about buying a Xoom for real you should get the hell off the forum. All these trap questions are getting on my nerves.
Last I read, THIS IS A NOOK COLOR FORUM not a Xoom forum. The Xoom Forum is >>>>>>>>>>>. Maybe you should get the Hell off a Nook Color Forum and go back to the Xoom forum. BTW - If the Xoom is the greatest thing since slice bread, why are you here on the NC forum. Shouldn't you be downloading all those awesome Honeycomb Apps and playing with your Xoom

Maybe some people don't see value in spending $800 to surf the webz, read e-mail and play some Angry Birds. To me that's insane. The NC does all these things at a great price point. There is no way in Hell I am going to buy a tablet that costs more than my laptop and does alot less. There is nothing wrong with comparing the Xoom and NC since they both run Honeycomb (I know my NC runs Honeycomb).
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Last I read, THIS IS A NOOK COLOR FORUM not a Xoom forum. The Xoom Forum is >>>>>>>>>>>. Maybe you should get the Hell off a Nook Color Forum and go back to the Xoom forum. BTW - If the Xoom is the greatest thing since slice bread, why are you here on the NC forum. Shouldn't you be downloading all those awesome Honeycomb Apps and playing with your Xoom

Maybe some people don't see value in spending $800 to surf the webz, read e-mail and play some Angry Birds. To me that's insane. The NC does all these things at a great price point. There is no way in Hell I am going to buy a tablet that costs more than my laptop and does alot less. There is nothing wrong with comparing the Xoom and NC since they both run Honeycomb (I know my NC runs Honeycomb).
OK!

Sold my NC and bought a Xoom and proud of it. It just works!
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Despite the fact that I can't stand the bickering that reminds me of my two children, you both have valid points.

If you don't see the merits in the Xoom, you are not going to spend the extra money to get one. If you don't have enough money to consider the Xoom, you are not going to get one. And if you have come here to argue points over and over...you're in the wrong place.

Both devices are capable of handling many tasks, but there are two levels of functionality here and two levels of pricing.

The way I see it, this is one of those threads that will help some people decide if they should get one device or another. Perhaps some Xoom owners will feel that they are not getting enough bang for their buck, while some NC owners will feel that they want to step up to a "top end" device.

Either way, end the bickering You don't have to defend your purchasing decision to anyone other than yourself.
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Sold my NC and bought a Xoom and proud of it. It just works!
Yeah, after future updates it will work as described Sorry, couldn't resists. They are both very good Android units and the only 2 viable Honeycomb devices on the market now. I had a Xoom in my hand at BestBuy on the 24th and just could not convince myself to pay $800+ just to surf the webz, check e-mail and play some Angry Birds or SNES/NES ROM's (the NC is great for running Emulators). Different strokes for different folks. I think alot of Xoom owners are getting very defensive about their purchase as the newness has wore off and they may be having buyers remorse right now. It's a cool device but the NC does the basic functionality at a fraction of the price, IMO.
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Listen, I have a Nook Color and do enjoy it, but you are absolutely kidding yourself here.
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Nookie Honeycomb is nowhere near being "viable". It is a work in progress, and while decent, it is extremely buggy, and many features don't work. Definately a niche developer market willing to put up with the alpha build status.

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I had a Xoom in my hand at BestBuy on the 24th and just could not convince myself to pay $800+ just to surf the webz, check e-mail and play some Angry Birds or SNES/NES ROM's (the NC is great for running Emulators). Different strokes for different folks.
This I'll agree with you. The Xoom, or iPad, or Sony Vaio ultraportable laptop, or Acer netbook, or Alienware XPS super roswell edition are all products that cater to different people. Some feel certain products are worth more, other don't. Sounds like your activity doesn't warrant the increased price of a higher end tablet, for YOU. But that doesn't mean that others will agree with you. Try to see opinions from other angles. Even if you just want to do the activities described, keep in mind the Xoom will deliver a better experience with lightning quick performance due to dual processors, more memory, better GPU, etc. If a better experience seems worthwhile to spend more money, then maybe a Xoom would be a better choice. After all, 15 million people sprung to buy iPads, partially because the overall user experience is very positive. Even though they have basic same functionality as a rooted Nook Color.

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I also think many may have envy towards an obviously superior product.

The Nook Color is a fantastic value, but also not viable for most consumers as an Android tablet. It only has this capability after rooting and installing hacks to enable some basic functionality that should be present in many other tablets (Softkeys, for instance). That is not a knock on the product, just the facts. Most consumers aren't going to even consider this as an option. The mod community loves this kind of stuff, but support is only there while it's hot.

So lets stop the bickering and realize that while the Nook Color is a great value, it's also a crippled out of the box, and some pretty great functionality can be enabled with some modifications.

The Xoom on the OTH, costs up to 3X more, but has higher res bigger screen, dual processors, more memory, HDMI out, LTE upgrade, better software implementation, and much better out-of-the box functionality, comes complete with manufacturers support and updates, along with full warranty. Only you can decide if those extra features and performance is worth the extra money.

I don't sometimes understand peoples defensive nature. A netbook and high end laptop also do the same basic functionality, but the high end laptop costs 3x-4x more. Do people bicker over that, too?

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I'm not fond of the idea of hauling around a 9-10" tablet, the 7" Galaxy tab is perfect for being a mobile device whereas the iPad isn't. I wouldn't think twice about a 10.1" tablet, also I'm really not a fan of Motorola anymore after using their products for 18 some years.
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I'm not fond of the idea of hauling around a 9-10" tablet, the 7" Galaxy tab is perfect for being a mobile device whereas the iPad isn't. I wouldn't think twice about a 10.1" tablet, also I'm really not a fan of Motorola anymore after using their products for 18 some years.
I think that is one kicker. Many find the 10" tabs a bit too large, and 7" to be the "sweet spot" (Since they are still pocketable).

I'm old, so I need the bigger screen (lol), and it's a replacement for my 10" netbook.
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So, it's amazing to see how this thread has progressed since I started it many weeks back. Since then, I'd like to update you to what course I've taken in this debate.

I bought a new Nook Color (Feb 21st) from someone on Craiglist looking to unload quickly for $125 (awesome deal, I know!). At the time, I knew the Xoom was going to be $800 from Verizon, I was only will to spend $600.

Hacked it and got it to work as a decent Android Tablet -- which I am totally enjoying. For a person on a budget, this rocks. Turning an e-reader into a pretty functional tablet is awesome. I wouldn't have even compared the two if the Nook Color could only function as an e-reader.

Now that I know that Sam's Club may *possibly* be selling a Wifi-Only XOOM for $539 I am absolutely thrilled.

I have $475 left and can save up $100 in the next month (let's say it comes out in early April) and have both. So now, for $700 = $125(NC) + $575 (XOOM + tax approx), I can have both tablets!! I spent less than the XOOM costs total from Verizon (unsubsidized) and now I have BOTH tablets. This is a WIN-WIN, people.

That's why so many folks are upset about the price of this thing. It's because you can get so much for $800 why get slammed with Verizon by an early adopter tax? If you can afford it, great, but for the rest of us, just wait. You'll be able to have your cake and eat it too!

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You got it (The NC) for a song. Well played
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So, it's amazing to see how this thread has progressed since I started it many weeks back. Since then, I'd like to update you to what course I've taken in this debate.

I bought a new Nook Color (Feb 21st) from someone on Craiglist looking to unload quickly for $125 (awesome deal, I know!). At the time, I knew the Xoom was going to be $800 from Verizon, I was only will to spend $600.

Hacked it and got it to work as a decent Android Tablet -- which I am totally enjoying. For a person on a budget, this rocks. Turning an e-reader into a pretty functional tablet is awesome. I wouldn't have even compared the two if the Nook Color could only function as an e-reader.

Now that I know that Sam's Club may *possibly* be selling a Wifi-Only XOOM for $539 I am absolutely thrilled.

I have $475 left and can save up $100 in the next month (let's say it comes out in early April) and have both. So now, for $700 = $125(NC) + $575 (XOOM + tax approx), I can have both tablets!! I spent less than the XOOM costs total from Verizon (unsubsidized) and now I have BOTH tablets. This is a WIN-WIN, people.

That's why so many folks are upset about the price of this thing. It's because you can get so much for $800 why get slammed with Verizon by an early adopter tax? If you can afford it, great, but for the rest of us, just wait. You'll be able to have your cake and eat it too!

-Elo

First off, you're a jerk for starting this thread. Jk haha
Second, dude that sounds like a great plan! A Xoom and NC, great combo. You got a 10 inch and 7 inch tablet. Definitely a win win.
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Couldn't see the use for TWO tabs just yet...lol, but I hope you enjoy them. I'm hoping to pick up a USB SD card reader and get to work with rooting my NC
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