The much-touted Motorola Xoom tablet, after a row of confusions about the price, is now said to be taken out from the Best Buy‘s website.
The device last week was reported to be sold for $799.99 from Best Buy. After this, another report stated the device to come at $1,200 from Best Buy.
The device was first launched at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011 and is treated as the best device launched at CES. Yet, the price was observed as much higher than the tablet computer’s other rivals like Apple’s iPad and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab.
The company also said the device would be available for pre-order starting this Thursday. Now, the removal of the page has once again left the buyers confused.
Motorola Xoom runs on Android’s new operating system Honeycomb or Android 3.0. The device features 10.1 inch display and 5 mega pixels rear camera and 2 mega pixels for video calls and runs on dual Core 1 Ghz CPU NVIDIA Tegra 2.