Evidence for the Motorola Xoom's launch on Feb. 24th has come in the form of a leaked Best Buy ad, reported by Engadget.
The new ad clearly shows the listed price for the Android-based Honeycomb tablet priced at $799.99. The release of the tablet has already created a lot of buzz with features not found in competitors. But the tablet also costs $300 more than Apple's iPad, making it pricier than almost every other tablet in the market.
The Xoom tablet unveiled in CES 2011 was showered with praise from tech websites such as CNET, which noted the front- and rear-facing cameras. Laptop Magazine touted the design of the new operating system, noting that it is designed specifically for larger displays.
Motorola has even released a teaser video taunting Apple's iPad.
The leaked document showed 3G rate plans with $20 for 1 GB, $35 for 3 GB, $50 for 5 GB and $80 for 10 GB per month for data allowance, which is quite similar to Verizon's pricing for the data on Samsung's Galaxy Tab.
The Motorola Website has gone live with a flash based advertisement that gives an overview of the device.