The Motorola Xoom 2 has some pretty big shoes to fill considering its predecessor was the first Honeycomb-wielding tablet to enter the tablet arena back in March. But are there enough changes to make the Xoom 2 more appealing than the original? And more importantly, is there enough of a change to make this tablet more appealing than it's rivals?
This week saw the return of the Motorola RAZR, catapulting the once popular brand back into the techosphere. We managed to get some quick hands-on time with the RAZR reincarnation. But is it good enough to be as popular as it once was in its heyday?