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Motorola Recently showed off it's Q2 results with 440K XOOMs sold. I'm curious, how do you guys think that compares to Transformer/Iconia sales? Both of those were in it for most of Q2. If I had to guess, it probably sold between 1/3 and 1/4 of all Honeycomb tablet sales thanks to it's price, putting us somewhere around 1.8-2Mil total. If you compare that to iPad 2 sales numbers from about the same time, I'd say we aren't doing too bad at all.

Of course, how many of each are getting into consumers hands and staying there? No idea. But if the first gen tablets are making between half and a quarter of the sales, I'd way android tablets have a good future with honeycomb.

Then there is the whole thing where the Tab 10.1 wasn't released till the end of june, and the Transformer suffered from supply and demand issues. Q3/Q4 results should be interesting. Curious about whether you guys think this will continue, or if it's just the Android fanboys buying, and sales will slowdown when they have theirs.
    
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I personally see the 10.1" droid market excelling to greater heights and don't think that it's fate solely relies on Android fanatics. Because I for one am not an Android fanboy, in fact before buying the Transformer and Iconia A500 then keeping the Iconia as my only tablet...I've never had an Android OS device. The strong selling point of an Android tablet is the OS versatility and almost absence of proprietary accessories to get more out of the device. I reckon other consumers new to the Android market will see it the same way.
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