Featured Video: Motorola's Take on the History of the Tablet
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Unlike the iPad, it supports Flash, has front- and rear-facing cameras (the iPad has none) and boasts a larger 10-inch screen.
Part of the reason for the buzz around Xoom was a pre-show promotional video presenting the evolution of tablets, from ancient Egypt to—naturally—Motorola's latest venture. Among several memorable tag lines was a dig at the iPad: "It's like a giant iPhone, but ... it's like a giant iPhone."