Motorola's Xoom 2 is the follow-up to the original Xoom, which was one of the first Android tablets to appear. Now, of course, Android tablets are abundant, and there are top-end, mid-range and budget models to choose between. The Xoom 2 comes in two incarnations; we're looking at the standard edition here, not the Media edition that has a smaller screen.
Smaller, lighter, faster
The new Motorola Xoom 2 is 33 per cent thinner than the original, and 100 grams lighter - coming in at 603g, 253.9 x 173.6 x 8.8mm. The tablet has a new-look chassis with the edges angled slightly to avoid the boring old Samsung Galaxy Tab / iPad look, and the new design works well. It's distinctive, but doesn't negatively affect your ability to hold or use the Xoom 2.Verdict
The Motorola Xoom 2 is a great tablet. Its slightly quirky design doesn't hamper its use, and it has plenty of oomph under the bonnet. Without memory expansion, it feels slightly hampered and for that reason, it has lost a mark, in our books
Best point: Fast processor; solid build; great screen.
Worst point: No memory expansion.