It’s been a good solid day since we’ve last talked about Motorola Xoom pricing, so why not eh?
I know this is getting a little old, but there is some new information to share. Motorola’s Sanjay Jha sat down with Reuters recently, and has finally spilled the beans on a couple things. First, he said the unsubsidized version of the Xoom with Verizon 3G would cost $799. No surprise there. Second, (here’s the important one) he said that the WiFi only version of the Honeycomb powered dual-core monster will be priced around $600.
Of course Apple has set the standard for introductory tablet pricing to land around $500, but with the considerable spec boosts the Xoom has to offer over the $500 iPad, the extra $100 should be worth it.
There’s still no mention of availability for the WiFi only version, but we’ll be sure to keep a lookout.