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Buy a Motorola XOOM WiFi and Add on a Bluetooth Keyboard for Free

Still haven’t picked up a Motorola XOOM?  Does a free Bluetooth keyboard (our review) entice you any more?  If you are interested and pick one up directly from Moto before June 20th, they’ll toss in the keyboard (regularly $69.99) and free 2-day shipping.  Not a bad deal at all.

Buy.

Cheers Shane!

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Brian-Giltner/100002445804443 Brian Giltner
  • Rj

    all this negative Xoom blogging is b.s. every time i see this negative crap it ALMOST makes me believe that my xoom sucks, but it kicks ass!!! FYI a Xoom with 3G still is epic and having issues with updates 4G/SD card is bound to happen when technology is moving ubbba fast. i can’t imagine how bitchy these people are at home, glad i aint livn with them. i’m done now :)

  • http://twitter.com/masroorhussain Masroor Hussain

    does anyone has a link hw comparison between transformer vs xoom

  • Knightcrusader

    Hm, still more expensive than my Asus Transformer + Keyboard Dock…

    • Bill tetley

      But the transformer has such a huge bezel and is all plastic…

  • ChrisI

    OK, so I might need some explanation on this one, as I am a bit perplexed. I have been thinking about getting the Galaxy Tab 10.1, so I’ve been researching a bit on tablets. While researching, I came across these bluetooth keyboards, and even a tablet that has a connection port on the bottom so it plugs into on top of a separate keyboard (similar to how the Atrix works). What’s the point of having a separate keyboard? If you buy a tablet, and then hook up a keyboard to it, they already have those. They’re called laptop notebooks. I must be missing the purpose of having these two items separate from each other instead of attached like a laptop. Don’t be mean in responding, maybe I just don’t know of something you all do.  

    • Anonymous

      It’s about options.  You can hook it up to the keyboard dock if you’re sitting at a table.  You can just use the tablet without keyboard if you’re relaxing on the couch or in bed, and/or when you don’t need the keyboard.

    • Anonymous

      Well I think the main difference is that laptop notebooks don’t have touch screens.  The idea is exactly as you describe, to emulate the feel of a laptop when using the keyboard.  If you have to do a a lot of composing, I could see why you’d want the keyboard.  If you’re just using the tablet for games and movies, then it’s probably not that necessary but still nice to have.  The main thing to keep in mind is the touch screen functionality that isn’t available in laptops.

      • ChrisI

        Oh, the touch screen. DUH!! I forget about that, as I don’t even own a touchscreen phone yet :P. It seems like these guys are much, much lighter than laptops, too, since they don’t have CD drives and hard disks and stuff. If the Galaxy Tab 10.1 came with an SD card slot, it seems like it would satisfy everything anyone would need. I’m fairly new to this site, and I’m learning a whole lot everyday as I read about phones and tabs and such. But is it just me, or can tech companies and telecom companies NEVER put out a perfect product? There’s always some sort of major flaw that’s not even a personal preference, but silly things they should have built in (i.e. SD slot for Tab 10.1, non-4g phones new from VZ, locked bootloaders, Galaxy S2 not being 4g, no kickstand, etc, etc). These tech companies need to frequent sites like DroidLife for future suggestions and consumer demands.

      • ChrisI

        Oh, the touch screen. DUH!! I forget about that, as I don’t even own a touchscreen phone yet :P. It seems like these guys are much, much lighter than laptops, too, since they don’t have CD drives and hard disks and stuff. If the Galaxy Tab 10.1 came with an SD card slot, it seems like it would satisfy everything anyone would need. I’m fairly new to this site, and I’m learning a whole lot everyday as I read about phones and tabs and such. But is it just me, or can tech companies and telecom companies NEVER put out a perfect product? There’s always some sort of major flaw that’s not even a personal preference, but silly things they should have built in (i.e. SD slot for Tab 10.1, non-4g phones new from VZ, locked bootloaders, Galaxy S2 not being 4g, no kickstand, etc, etc). These tech companies need to frequent sites like DroidLife for future suggestions and consumer demands.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kittygetwet James Sorensen

    If i buy a 3g one can i get 4g free?!?!?!?! this year?

  • http://profiles.google.com/gonnadie4thegov Jeremy Wray

    I can’t justify paying that price for something i don’t need when extra cash isn’t exploding out of my pockets.

  • Anonymous

    That sucks for early adopters!

  • Mikewong27

    Still way too expensive.  I can’t believe Motorola have not lower the price for Xoom…  They just will not learn from their mistakes…  Oh well.. Glad that I got my Asus Eee Pad Transformer with keyboard dock.  Loving it!!!!

  • Yagermeister

    When they have a working SD card I might buy one.

    • Uncle paul

      This has been adressed months ago, root.. Xoom sdcard works great.

  • Anonymous

    I would wait for better deals, Verizon will start to slash the price of this Xoom as the Xoom 2 gets closer to release.  “In with the new and out with the old”  Man, that was a quick 6 months :P

  • Amenemhat1

    No Thank you. I’ll wait for XOOM2 please.

  • Anonymous

    at first I was like “sweet”, then I realized.. for me to use a KB with a tablet, it really needs to hold the tablet. That’s just my opinion. I still think the Transformer with KB dock is the best tablet deal going.

    • Anonymous

      Agreed. really happy with my Transformer…

    • Anonymous

      Agree with you… Loving my Transformer with keyboard dock!!!

  • Anonymous

    Phase 1: rid backstock of XOOM with incentives

    Phase 2: announce XOOM2

    • http://twitter.com/pcriz Perry Meg

      More like getting rid of back stock keyboards.. The price would drop if they were trying to phase out back stock
       

      • Anonymous

        The price should drop anyways. What is Moto’s justification for this thing being 100 dollars more expensive than all other honeycomb tablets?

      • Anonymous

        The price should drop anyways. What is Moto’s justification for this thing being 100 dollars more expensive than all other honeycomb tablets?

      • Anonymous

        Im fairly certain they aren’t worried about extra keyboards. That would definitely be a discounted item because they cost next to nothing to make(not just free). Also they’d work with any future tablet because its bluetooth.

        If discounts happen for the og XOOM it wont be until the 2 is on sale, or barely before. They’ve been to adamant about how much its “worth”

        • http://twitter.com/pcriz Perry Meg

          They need to be worried about officially getting the SD card working and getting 4G in all their current models before I would ever consider another Motorola Tab, oh and a price drop.

      • Anonymous

        Im fairly certain they aren’t worried about extra keyboards. That would definitely be a discounted item because they cost next to nothing to make(not just free). Also they’d work with any future tablet because its bluetooth.

        If discounts happen for the og XOOM it wont be until the 2 is on sale, or barely before. They’ve been to adamant about how much its “worth”

      • http://www.twitter.com/dailydroidapp AndroFan

        Adding a free “thing” of $70 value IS the functional equivalent to a price drop.

        • Anonymous

          and more profitable than just dropping the price.

        • http://twitter.com/pcriz Perry Meg

          Like selling the DROIDX accessory kit for 20 bucks as opposed to 99? Even though the DROIDX2 is a newer phone? What it is, is that no one is buying the keyboard. I highly doubt you should be expecting a XOOM2 before the new year. Price drop then new device..

          • http://www.twitter.com/dailydroidapp AndroFan

            I said absolutely nothing about this being an indication of the release of the Xoom2.  All I said is that giving away free stuff of discernible value is the functional equivalent to an undetermined and subjective price drop.  It’s a fairly simple economic principle. 

          • http://twitter.com/pcriz Perry Meg

            Let me help you understand something. My post was in response to someone thinking this was a prelude to an announcement of  the XOOM2 (nevermind the fact that how many 3G Xoom owners don’t have 4G or a working SD card) So continuing with the same train of thought originated in the original comment I responded accordingly.

            Fairly simple concept to grasp, no?

          • http://www.twitter.com/dailydroidapp AndroFan

            That’s all fine and dandy, but since my post had absolutely nothing to do with the presumably forthcoming Xoom2 announcement, and instead was focused on whether or not the keyboard could appropriately be called a “functional price reduction”, those statements were utterly irrelevant to me, so you probably should have directed your response to someone else.  Also fairly simple to grasp.

          • http://twitter.com/pcriz Perry Meg

             I will say though good job pointing out the obvious of, Free Keyboard+ XOOM < Not Free Keyboard + XOOM. I wonder what field of business I can excel in with that type of problem solving prowess.