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Discussion in 'Android Help' started by Eliminator_v, Apr 6, 2016.

  1. Eliminator_v

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    got a Motorola Xoom in the beginning of 2011 and used it for 5 years and I loved it.

    But now it died, and I need to get another tablet. I don't want to get a Xoom because its too old.
    I want one with 32GB space with support for 32GB SD card and a big 10" screen.
    Just like the my old Xoom, but with updated Android and hopefully in the 5 years a better CPU and RAM.

    Can anyone recommend a tablet similar to this?
    (Hopefully around the same price range and the Xoom)
     

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    Hello and welcome to AF @Eliminator_v !
    I've moved your thread to the Device/Carrier Comparison forum for more help and exposure;)
     
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    Thanks, anyone?
     
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    So far, many are using the Samsung Galaxy tablets and seem to like it, so that is where I would start ;)
     
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    I'd take a look at the Galaxy Tab S 10.1 from last year. This year's Tab s2 is 9.7 inches and quite expensive. It sure is top of the line, but last year's model still is quite powerful and can still run anything you throw at it, and will come a lot cheaper. Heck if I find one, I'd rather take a 2014 Note 10.1 over most of the available tablets now.
     

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