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Motorola XOOM Hands-On With Android 3.0 Honeycomb

In Android 3.0 Honeycomb event Motorola XOOM was in attendance and it’s the first major Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet.After Google’s special event at its headquarters to formally introduce Android 3.0 nearly a dozen developers showed off their apps on the Motorola Xoom and Google showed off how Honeycomb functions on Motorola XOOM tablet……..

Android 3.0 Honeycomb is  made by Google to be specially suited for working with tablet computers and the it first work with Motorola XOOM.Engadget checked out both Monster Madness a game that’s been on Xbox 360 and PS3 for some time and Grocery IQ, both of which obviously bring very different experiences to the table.They detected some stuttering and lag from Monster Madness when it was demoed on stage, the experience up close and in person was much smoother definitely 100 percent playable.They double-checked and confirmed that the tablet game is a 100 percent content port from the console games.This game  features three control modes that let you toggle between two on-screen analog sticks, one stick and a fully accelerometer-based mode that most users probably won’t consider practical because you’ve got to tilt the screen too much.The developer noted that there’s a low-res mode that he actually toggled in an area of the game with a lot of water because it tends to slow down, despite the fact that it’s running on Unreal Engine and is fully optimized for multiple cores. Moving onto Grocery IQ,it’s already on both iOS and Android phones and odds are good you already know what it is.Grocery IQ seems to have done a good job making its widgets visually rich and engaging particularly the coupon browser, which appears as a stack of rotating coupons with color graphics.The Hand-on video of Motorola XOOM tablet, Monster Madness and Grocery IQ given below.

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