The Motorola XOOM tablet has become the cheapest of the Honeycomb tablets on the market thanks to a 24-hour sale from online retailer Play.com.
At £299.99, the device is nearly £100 cheaper than the cheapest iPad 2 available and yet it offers twice the amount of onboard storage.
With the Motorola XOOM 2 expected to be launched imminently, it seems to make sense for Motorola (and Google) to start getting rid of existing stock without going crazy and "doing a TouchPad".
Like the rest of its competitors, the XOOM comes with the Nvidia Tegra 2 SoC clocked at 1GHz, 1GB RAM, 32GB onboard storage, a 10.1-inch 1280x800 pixel capacitive touchscreen, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI and USB connectivity, a microSD card slot, GPS, two cameras plus a battery that can power the tablet for up to 10 hours.
The latest Honeycomb update means that the tablet can now run version 3.2 of Google's mobile platform. The XOOM originally carried a suggested retail price of £480.
That said, it is not the cheapest dual core tablet on the market; the Hannspree Hannspad costs around half the price of the XOOM but comes with 512MB RAM, a 1024x600 pixel screen, Gingerbread and only one camera.