Motorola Xyboard 10.1

AKA: Motorola MZ615, Xyboard 10.1 Wi-Fi

Available at: Verizon

7/10 AVG.
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The XYBOARD was doomed to a bad release date and poor marketing. - Eric, Droid Life  
If you want a solid Android tablet that competes with the iPad on weight and thickness, plus 4G LTE connectivity, the Motorola Xyboard 10.1 is probably your best bet. - Jeffrey Van Camp, Digital Trends  

Specs summary


The Motorola Xyboard 10.1's screen is 10.1 inches with 1280 x 720 pixels resolution.


There is a Dual Core OMAP 4 1.2 GHz processor (CPU).


The tablet runs on the Android 3.2 Honeycomb (Update Available: 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system (OS).

5+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the tablet's onboard 5+ megapixel camera. There is also a secondary front facing camera with 1+ megapixels resolution.

Internal memory is 16 GB or 32 GB Flash. An external, MicroSD, MicroSDHC (up to 32 GB) expansion slot is available for increased storage capacity.


The tablet is powered by a 7000 mAh Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery. Motorola's performance ratings are 48 days standby time, 10 hours Wi-Fi surfing.

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Reviews (7/10 Avg. rating)

A respectable tablet within the Android sphere

from PhoneArena (over 2 years ago)

Frankly, the Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1 is a respectable tablet within the Android sphere, even more when it packs additional goodies such as an IR blaster and stylus, but when it’s pitted against the newly available iPad, its cost is by far its kryptonite. Consider this, that the iPad rocks a starting... More

Great suite of included business apps, good hardware and performance, 4G connectivity

from TabletPCReview (over 2 years ago)

The Xyboard 10.1 is a good attempt from Motorola to provide the enterprise crowd with a reliable tablet option. In some ways, in succeeds: if you avoid video-intensive activities, battery life is solid, it has 4G connectivity, and many of its preloaded business apps are extremely useful. But on the other... More


Light weight, vivid display and lengthy runtime

from BitBitByte (over 2 years ago)

The Xyboard is one of the best Android tablets we’ve used despite not possessing any one standalone feature. At the end of the day it is a combination of lots of small things that makes the Xyboard a winner for us — light weight, vivid display, lengthy runtime, etc. As far as a direct iPad... More

The tablet is light, easy to hold and thin

from Droid Life (over 3 years ago)

After spending almost two weeks with the XYBOARD I have to feel bad for the device. The form factor is the most pleasing that I have seen in any tablet to date. Motorola really went out of their way, on the outside at least, to improve on everything that the XOOM did poorly. The tablet is light, easy... More

Great design and build, good battery life, useful preinstalled apps

from GottaBeMobile (over 3 years ago)

The Droid XYBOARD 10.1 is $30 more than the iPad, which could leave some users immediately looking for Apple’s tablet, but in the long run $30 isn’t worth worrying about. THe XYBOARD 10.1 has many features that the $499 iPad does not; like 4G LTE connectivity, an IR blaster, usable cameras and a... More

Very expensive for what you get

from PC Magazine (over 3 years ago)

The Motorola Xyboard 10.1 is not quite enough tablet, for too much money. While it's much more handsome than the Xoom tablet it replaces, the Xyboard can't overcome its high price or Google Android Honeycomb's ongoing trouble with third-party apps.

If you have the money, the Xyboard is a good buy

from Digital Trends (over 3 years ago)

Still, if you want a solid Android tablet that competes with the iPad on weight and thickness, plus 4G LTE connectivity, this is probably your best bet, unless you’re in one of the few markets served by AT&T’s blossoming LTE network. It’s constructed well, has standard specs, and it should be getting... More


Excellent build quality, long battery life

from PhoneArena (over 3 years ago)

When it comes right down to it, it’s a tough choice to choose a Verizon 10-inch tablet. When comparing he Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, both offer an array of high-end features and have the exact same price ($629 for the 32GB models with 2-year contract). We prefer the... More


An Android tablet that's got what it takes to compete with the best

from Mobile Tech Review (over 3 years ago)

I'll be honest here: I don't understand the hate some reviewers have heaped on Moto's second gen Android tablet. It does a very good job of addressing complaints with their first gen Xoom: it's as thin and light as the most anorexic and popular tablets on the market and it has a clean OS that's not cluttered... More


It’s too expensive to recommend over its competitors

from Android Community (over 3 years ago)

I was surprised at just how solid the hardware and software of the DROID XYBOARD 10.1 turned out to be. But for the lackluster battery life, it’s a worthy successor to the first Honeycomb device. But the simple fact is that it’s too expensive to recommend over its competitors. Those wanting high-end... More

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