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Friday Poll: Thoughts on Initial Motorola XOOM and Thunderbolt Pricing?

Initial Motorola XOOM pricing has snuck out of Verizon’s camp showing that the device could launch at an unsubsidized price of $799 with the HTC Thunderbolt right behind it at a subsidized price of $250.  So far, we’re hearing nothing but disappointment on the XOOM’s price, but as always, wanted to get your thoughts into a poll to make your voice even more visible.

First up is the XOOM and then the TBolt…

Thoughts on initial Motorola XOOM pricing?

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Thoughts on initial HTC Thunderbolt pricing?

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  • Kiwiruss

    Expensive, but I’ll but the wifi only version hen its released.

  • Avarice

    Yikes! $800 PLUS a month of Verizon just to start the damn thing. Forget it MOTO, you are driving us away from our dream machine. All that sweet anticipation is now a sour taste. Fire your marketing “genius” and start this release over before it’s too late.

    I think a lot of people want a basic WiFi unit with no association with Verizon or any other carrier. If your “marketing strategy” isn’t redesigned, I’m going Apple or waiting for prices to re-adjust or cometitors to trip you as you run for cover.

  • Avarice

    Yikes! $800 PLUS a month of Verizon just to start the damn thing. Forget it MOTO, you are driving us away from our dream machine. All that sweet anticipation is now a sour taste. Fire your marketing “genius” and start this release over before it’s too late.

    I think a lot of people want a basic WiFi unit with no association with Verizon or any other carrier. If your “marketing strategy” isn’t redesigned, I’m going Apple or waiting for prices to re-adjust or cometitors to trip you as you run for cover.

  • Avarice

    Yikes! $800 PLUS a month of Verizon just to start the damn thing. Forget it MOTO, you are driving us away from our dream machine. All that sweet anticipation is now a sour taste. Fire your marketing “genius” and start this release over before it’s too late.

    I think a lot of people want a basic WiFi unit with no association with Verizon or any other carrier. If your “marketing strategy” isn’t redesigned, I’m going Apple or waiting for prices to re-adjust or cometitors to trip you as you run for cover.

  • Avarice

    Yikes! $800 PLUS a month of Verizon just to start the damn thing. Forget it MOTO, you are driving us away from our dream machine. All that sweet anticipation is now a sour taste. Fire your marketing “genius” and start this release over before it’s too late.

    I think a lot of people want a basic WiFi unit with no association with Verizon or any other carrier. If your “marketing strategy” isn’t redesigned, I’m going Apple or waiting for prices to re-adjust or cometitors to trip you as you run for cover.

  • Avarice

    Yikes! $800 PLUS a month of Verizon just to start the damn thing. Forget it MOTO, you are driving us away from our dream machine. All that sweet anticipation is now a sour taste. Fire your marketing “genius” and start this release over before it’s too late.

    I think a lot of people want a basic WiFi unit with no association with Verizon or any other carrier. If your “marketing strategy” isn’t redesigned, I’m going Apple or waiting for prices to re-adjust or cometitors to trip you as you run for cover.

  • Avarice

    Yikes! $800 PLUS a month of Verizon just to start the damn thing. Forget it MOTO, you are driving us away from our dream machine. All that sweet anticipation is now a sour taste. Fire your marketing “genius” and start this release over before it’s too late.

    I think a lot of people want a basic WiFi unit with no association with Verizon or any other carrier. If your “marketing strategy” isn’t redesigned, I’m going Apple or waiting for prices to re-adjust or cometitors to trip you as you run for cover.

  • Avarice

    Yikes! $800 PLUS a month of Verizon just to start the damn thing. Forget it MOTO, you are driving us away from our dream machine. All that sweet anticipation is now a sour taste. Fire your marketing “genius” and start this release over before it’s too late.

    I think a lot of people want a basic WiFi unit with no association with Verizon or any other carrier. If your “marketing strategy” isn’t redesigned, I’m going Apple or waiting for prices to re-adjust or cometitors to trip you as you run for cover.

  • Avarice

    Yikes! $800 PLUS a month of Verizon just to start the damn thing. Forget it MOTO, you are driving us away from our dream machine. All that sweet anticipation is now a sour taste. Fire your marketing “genius” and start this release over before it’s too late.

    I think a lot of people want a basic WiFi unit with no association with Verizon or any other carrier. If your “marketing strategy” isn’t redesigned, I’m going Apple or waiting for prices to re-adjust or cometitors to trip you as you run for cover.

  • Avarice

    Yikes! $800 PLUS a month of Verizon just to start the damn thing. Forget it MOTO, you are driving us away from our dream machine. All that sweet anticipation is now a sour taste. Fire your marketing “genius” and start this release over before it’s too late.

    I think a lot of people want a basic WiFi unit with no association with Verizon or any other carrier. If your “marketing strategy” isn’t redesigned, I’m going Apple or waiting for prices to re-adjust or cometitors to trip you as you run for cover.

  • Avarice

    Yikes! $800 PLUS a month of Verizon just to start the damn thing. Forget it MOTO, you are driving us away from our dream machine. All that sweet anticipation is now a sour taste. Fire your marketing “genius” and start this release over before it’s too late.

    I think a lot of people want a basic WiFi unit with no association with Verizon or any other carrier. If your “marketing strategy” isn’t redesigned, I’m going Apple or waiting for prices to re-adjust or cometitors to trip you as you run for cover.