Motorola Exec Ends Speculation, Announces Xoom Pricing
According to Motorola chief executive Sanjha Jha, this potentially game changing tablet will carry an unsubsidized price tag of $799 sold through Verizon Wireless. If you want the Wi-Fi only version, you can save yourself a couple of C-notes, as that one will run around $600.
In addition to clearing up the Xoom's pricing rumors, Jha also reiterated his company's commitment to Android.
"I am as focused on Android as I ever have been," Jha said. "As a result of Nokia adopting Microsoft it's possible that some of the other players will concentrate on Android. I hope there will be at least three or four. I love Android, but I hope there won't be just one."
As for Microsoft, Jha says he doesn't envision Motorola going that route, and while he conceded that could change in the future, he was adament that "it's not something we're entertaining now."