October 17, 2017

Motorola Droid Xyboard 10.1


Motorola has hit the road to make tablet PCs as well besides the phones. From cellphones to smartphones, Motorola now makes their venture into the market with Motorola Droid Xyboard 10.1. It’s mostly designed with business people in mind since it’s got apps and programs designed around the business market. Does Motorola excel in tablets as well?

The Motorola Droid Xyboard features a whole slew of business apps and programs that make it easy for the business people to navigate. It also features 4G connection features which makes it on par with other high quality tablets. It also features a stylus that gives you an option so you can either use your fingers or the stylus for touch controls. It also features an android OS that organizes the programs.

But the Motorola Droid Xyboard isn’t quite easy to use. It is easy that you can navigate very well but the tablet PC is filled up with apps that doesn’t help. They actually clutter your menu. The stylus doesn’t make anything better. I prefer to use my finger to use touch controls. It also has some design flaws, with the buttons put into spaces that make it a bit inconvenient. I also don’t like the price of this tablet PC. While it looks like a solid tablet with Android installed and with apps that make it easier for the business man to navigate through, this tablet PC doesn’t live up to expectations. This is why I rate this product 1 out 5.