For those that have been waiting for an official announcement about the Motorola Xoom’s prices, today is your lucky day. The first Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet will be priced at $799.99 off contract, and 599.99 on a 2-year contract, as announced by Verizon Wireless today.
Though Sony has not proven to be as successful as other companies when it comes to Android devices, they are definitely among the most respected video game monsters in the market. Today, Sony Computer Entertainment held an event in Tokio, in which they announced their new NGP (Next Generation Portable, which may be better recognized by many as the PSP 2), along with what they call the PlayStation Suite, which will allow Android users to enjoy PlayStation content via their phones and tablets.
Samsung’s Press Conference has just resumed, with quite an array of devices, which do include a few Android-related devices. Samsung is working hard on the “Smart” products, allowing all their gadgets to be connected, in order to accomplish a seamless, adaptable, interaction between their products.
NVIDIA has made an appearance at CES 2011 during a press conference, and things have never looked better for Android. Jen Hsung-Huang, NVIDIA’s President, Co-founder, and CEO, talked about their new Tegra 2 Processor, and the great advantages that this product will bring to the “Superphone.”