There is a new tablet device that has been spotted at FCC and it seems it’s the Wi-Fi only version of the Motorola XOOM tablet. Referred to within the FCC as ID IHDT56MT1, the tablet is mentioned in internal documents as “wireless tablet with embedded WLAN.” The tablet which documents also reveal as a Motorola product features only Bluetooth and Wi-Fi with no mention of 3G. While there is no way a whole new tablet from Motorola can’t be ruled out, what seems more likely is a Wi-Fi only version of the XOOM. Another logic in support of this is that such a XOOM version will empower Motorola to take care of those who have been criticizing the high price tag of the XOOM. Leaked documents so far have been pointing to a $800 price tag for the first Honeycomb tablet.
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