Android Overload: Motorola XOOM Sees $500 Price Point at Costco, Samsung Replenish Solar Charging Busted?


Here are some of the non-juicy bits from the newswire today. Just because they aren’t too interesting to us doesn’t mean you should miss it. In fact, that Infuse 4G with Gingerbread is sure to tick some AT&T users off. I’m sure AT&T will be delivering an update of their own sometime soon, though anything can happen with the forthcoming launch of the Samsung Galaxy S II. Oh, and a XOOM WiFi for $500 at Costco? That’s right in line competitors. Let’s see if it makes a difference in overall sales figures and let’s hope Motorola gets the message if it does. Anyway, I’m not supposed to be telling you all of this here: find out for yourself below!

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. The Replinish has to have the $30 special back for solar charging. It is an accessory that is not included, so it obviously doesn’t work out of the box. Silly people.

  2. Supposedly the * and the .97 part of the price on the sign at Coscto means the Xoom as it is is being discontinued there.  IMHO not because a “Xoom2” is coming yet but because they are draining their stock of Xooms that were first release in preparation for those that come with 4G already built in.  Hopefully this ends up good news for us current Xoom owners.

  3. Love that on the day of Samsung’s 10.1 release they drop the price. Nothing like a little competition to lower pricing.

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