It’s the first Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet to be available on the market, and the first true Android tablet (sorry Galax Tab, you don’t cut it). For $599 you’ll get the Xoom on a 2-year agreement using 3G, while later this year your Xoom will be sent into a factory for a radio switch to 4G. There’s also a month-to-month data package available that brings the pricing of the Xoom up to $800 (but as of Verizon policy you wouldn’t actually need the data plan at all). Meanwhile, there’s no WiFi version to be found just yet.
Via: Verizon Wireless