“Analysts at Deutsche Bank have put a potential number on talk of possibly slow Xoom sales in a new research note,” Electronista reports.
“Extrapolating from data in Google’s Platform Versions chart, it estimated that about 100,000 of Motorola’s tablet had shipped between the February 24 debut and the end of March,” Electronista reports. “The prediction also likely included a small number of hacked installs on other devices.”
Electronista reports, “Motorola has never publicly discussed its Xoom shipment figures and might not quantify them until its next quarterly results, if at all.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Who’s xooming who? Outside of their shareholders, it looks like Motorola Mobility’s xooming very few.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Jen” for the heads up.]
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