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Phew! Looks like we’ll all be able to keep hold of our kidney’s after all: the Motorola Xoom is not going to be as expensive as rumours were suggesting. Not only that – it’s cheaper than an iPad.

The Motorola Xoom will be priced at a pretty reasonable £450 here in the UK according to the pricing just uploaded to PC World. That’s for a Xoom with 32GB f storage and without 3G.

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The PC World image on the Motorola Xoom page that was spotted with the £450 price tag listing has been swapped for one without a price and pre-order button now. Which raises a number of possibilities: PC World made a mistake, or this is a hoax. It’s small fry in the hoax stakes, so we’re putting our eggs in the PC World made a mistake basket.

Is the Motorola Xoom cheap enough for you to get your wallet out? Shout out in the comments!

[via Endadget]

  • Traceline

    sold!

    Don't want 3g anyway (as I have an android / tetherable phone…) and I want to spend as close to £400 as possible…. at this price I'm happy to be an early adopter

  • Lakota 1973

    Expect this price to change when the iPad 2 is announced tomorrow.
    Whether it will be cheaper still remains to be seen.
    I will pay £450 for it as it is but I wouldn't be at all surprised to see it to come down to £399 when the iPad 2 pricing is announced.

    • Lakota 1973

      Oops. £50 in the wrong direction.
      I reckon this is DSG's greed coming into play rather than a Motorola thing.
      I'm out. Well done Currys / PC World. You just made it too expensive on the day the iPad 2 is announced to sell at exactly the same price as the iPad. It all adds up to a bit of a…
      FAIL!

  • http://www.embroiderydigitising.co.uk Embroidery Digitising

    UK retailer PC World has now listed the WiFi Xoom for £449.99. This pricing sounds a little better than previously heard. The Xoom features a 10.1 inch touch screen display, the display has a resultion of 1280 x 800 pixels, processing is provided by a dual core 1GHz processor.

    • Anonymous

      Good spot!

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