Although user appetite for subsidized tablets has never been power hold keep rolling them out. Case in point the Motorola Droid Xy board 8.2. Riding Verizon Wireless' blazing IVG LTE contact and sporting a 1280 x 800 IPS screen, this Android Honey comb tablet certainly looks the part, and can be stashed many readily in a less


But with a portability doesn't come cheap. Read on to find out if the speed is worth the rate. like an huge sized, the Droid Xyboard has slightly angled corners with a shine black bezel.


What we do not like, by, is the position of the strong and voice keys on the back along the higher edge. Not only are they difficult to reach, but they are to strong to identify through experince. Too often we pressed strong when we wanted to change the sound. This issue by itself could be a crack breaker for only.


One of the excellent aspects of the Droid Xy board is its sharp 8.2 IPS display. Made of Gorilla glass, it's scratch resistant, and a covering creates it water repellent. With a result of 1280 x 800 pixels, it is the similar result as the Toshiba Thrive, by that tablet has a smaller 7 screen.


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As a resolution, the Xy board has a lower pixel density of 184.08, compared to the Thrive's 215.63 PPI. The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus PLS screen has a lower result of 1024 x 600 and a 169.55 PPI. In another poor style decision, Motorola placed the Droid Xy board's 2nd speakers on either side, near the below.


This means that whenever you handle the tablet in landscape mode, your hands muffle the speakers. Yes, you can handle the tablet upside down, but some application including You Tube and Madden NFL 12 only hard right side up.


According to Motorola, the Xyboard 8.2 charterstics adaptive 3D surround voice and a built in digital sub woofer, but it can compare to the pure thing. Classic rock such as Boston's and modern hits such as Maroon V's "Moves Like Jagger" were crisp, but did not actually have a driving bass. The Xy board's audio was able to fill our less office when our hands weren't coating the speakers.


Motorola gives you many input options on the Droid Xy board the level Android key board, Swype, and Swift button Tablet X, which splits the key board in 2nd (and puts a no pad in the between).


The latter was the excellent option for typing in land scape mode, as the Xy board is just a less too huge, even for our relatively long thumbs. However, it takes some getting used to. We would have appreciated haptic reply, which is not supported for any of the key boards.