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We also found out that as shipped, the Xoom will not have access to external storage via microSD cards. This will require a software upgrade from Motorola to get it all up and running. It sounds a little odd, but again -- the alternative is to hold back release until things are sorted. I'm sure Motorola and Verizon will tell us more once things at CES wind down.
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