One of the biggest hits to come out of the Consumer Electronic Show was Motorola's Xoom tablet running on Android 3.0, Google's tablet optimised operating system, Honeycomb.
And according to China's DigiTimes, we are likely to see more of the 10.1-inch device as the American manufacturer placed orders for between 700,000 and 800,000 units in four colour options for the first quarter of this year.
What might not seem like a lot in comparison to Apple's best-selling iPad - it is a pretty good start for an Android tablet, especially when you consider how saturated the market is already.
But with an iPad successor to be announced as early as next month, does the Xoom have what it takes to really challenge Apple?
Well pricing is crucial to its success as Motorola attempts to lure customers away from the iPad and the plenty of low-cost tablets recently popping up.
So how much do you charge for the first tablet with a dual-core processor - each running at 1 GHz, a front five megapixel and rear-facing two megapixel camera and a widescreen HD display?
Motorola has been keeping mum, but Android Community has found that the Xoom tablet is available on pre-order from Handtec for £659.99, due in stock very soon.
In the US, Motorola says it will be launched as a 3G/Wi-Fi-enabled device with an upgrade to 4G LTE in Q2.
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