Motorola’s Xoom Android Honeycomb tablet doesn’t look like it’s selling too well in the UK. And if you consider that it launched with the pretty outrageous (at least for non-Apple products) price of £499.99 for the Wi-Fi-only version, you may know why.
Granted, in the meantime we’ve seen its price cut once, and by a lot, all the way down to £394.95, but apparently even that wasn’t enough to make the Xoom sell decently.
We assume as much, since the Wi-Fi-only Xoom has seen its price cut yet again in the UK. And it’s now selling for the (frankly, pretty appealing) low, low price of £329.99. And you get 32 GB of storage for that price too.
Alongside that, you are of course also getting a 10.1-inch touchscreen, a 1 GHz dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, 1 GB of RAM, and two cameras.
If you’re interested, you should head over to Dixons, which is the UK retailer offering the Xoom at this steep discount, and place an order.
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