BEST DEALS: Wi-fi Motorola XOOM now down to £329

UK retail giant Dixons has hacked another GREAT BIG LUMP off the price of Motorola’s XOOM tablet, now selling the wi-fi only version of the Honeycomb device for £329. That’s one heck of a discount from the Android 3.0 tablet’s original £499 launch price – and lower than the £399 Dixons was asking for it a mere three weeks ago.

Plus it comes with 32GB of internal storage space. This is now a definite Category A bargain, even under cutting the popular Eee Pad Transformer by a few quid.

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We are tempted. But given how quickly prices of tablets are plummeting all around, we think there may be even better bargains to be had in the coming months. Check the new cheaper XOOM out over at Dixons. The 3G version has also been reduced by a similar amount, now coming in at £399.

Anyone would think the XOOM had been an utter catastrophe at retail, eh?

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  1. Yikes. £150 cheaper than I paid a couple of months ago. Seems like tablets are finally starting to drop below the stupid money waterline.

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    • edhe

       /  September 5, 2011

      This is exactly what we want from android tabs, imo anyway.

      iPads will always stay at roughly the same price, christ the original one is still silly money. With the entrance into the market from the bigger companies all selling standardised systems in the same niche comes the ability for the market to attenuate their prices.

      So, thankfully, we’ll all get to have some very capable devices very soon for a very reasonable price.

      Especially once kal-el comes out and we get generation 2 android tabs running ICS and quad cores.

      Reply
  2. Rick Lockerby

     /  September 5, 2011

    Great news. Now all we need is someone to tell us what these tablets are actually for.

    Reply
  3. novak84

     /  September 6, 2011

    You can now get the galaxy tab 10.1 for 229 with Vodafone.

    http://shop.vodafone.co.uk/shop/mobile-phone/samsung-galaxy-tab-10-1?

    Reply
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