Motorola are an American multinational company who were formed in 1928. They operate from their headquarters in Illinois. Following years of trading, they split into two separate companies: Motorola Mobility and Motorola Solutions. The company's wireless telephone handset division offered a unique look at the cellular telephone industry, and they launched innovative products such as the 'flip phone' - the Micro TAC amongst others.
As the company progressed, they changed the operating system being used for their mobile smartphones and tablets, and this became Google's Android system. In more recent years, Motorola has launched tablets such as the XOOM range, but have failed to keep up with competitors such as Samsung and Apple, who have enjoyed the main share of smartphone and tablet sales. Devices such as the XOOM are still in operation, but the more time that goes by, the less these will be worth. As a result, now can be a good time to think about selling the tablet.
If you have a Motorola tablet and no longer require it, you may be able to receive a fantastic sum of cash if you decide to sell. OnRecycle can help you to find the most suitable buyer for your Motorola Tablet, by providing you with a platform on which to sell it.
We have spent years forming relationships with some of the biggest online recyclers in the world, to build a platform where customers can trade their existing Motorola tablet in for a great sum of cash. We know what it is like to have an outdated item of technology, and how time-consuming it can be trying to find a suitable buyer. OnRecycle have created a system that gives you instant access to the data you need to choose a fantastic buyer. It works in much the same way as many other price comparison websites available today.
If you want to find out how much you could receive for your Motorola tablet, log on to the OnRecycle website, and enter the model name into the search box at the top of the page. Once you have done this, a list of related products will appear in a dropdown box - select your Motorola tablet from the list. Having done so, you will now be transferred to a new page, on which we will record some further data relating to your specific Motorola tablet.
We now need to know the condition of your Motorola tablet and the version that you are selling. Even if your device is broken, there are still recyclers out there who are willing to pay a top price, so be honest when selecting the 'working,' 'broken' or 'new' options that appear. We also need to know the version of the Motorola tablet you are selling, so select the correct option from the data shown.
Once you have provided this information, the list will update to give you a table of potential buyers. These are your quotations, and you can analyse the data as you wish - depending on your circumstances. One field we suggest you pay particular attention to is the 'user rating' column. This provides a star rating based on the number of complaints per 100 orders - left by customers who were once in your position, selling their device. The higher the number of stars, the more positive your experience is likely to be, so take the ratings on board as you choose your recycler.
You will naturally be interested in the price that is being offered, so take care to look at the 'price,' 'payment methods' and 'payment period' columns to help you make a decision. If you are after cash quickly, the 'payment period' field may just be as important to you as the 'price' column, so it is important to make your decision based on your own individual circumstances.
Once you have decided, you are ready to sell your Motorola tablet. Click on the 'sell now' button (on the right-hand side of the screen) and be sure that it is the button that aligns with your choice of recycler. Now you will be guided through the remainder of the process. If you are offered the opportunity to sell through OnRecycle, we recommend that you do this as it will enable you to take advantage of our expert advice and guidance. Not only this, but we will also ensure that you provide your details through a secure payment system.
Having sold your Motorola tablet, you can now look at alternative tablets to buy. When doing so, it can be useful to have a look at the spec of your device, so that you know what to compare future purchases to. Here is our review of the Motorola XOOM MZ600, for your reference.
Motorola XOOM MZ600
The XOOM MX600 was released in 2011. It weighs 730 grams and has dimensions of 12.9 x 167.8 x 249.1 mm. The XOOM MX600 has a TFT capacitive touchscreen, and the display size is 10.1 inches. This makes it effective for watching videos and playing games, and the fact that the resolution for the XOOM MZ600 is 800 x 1280 pixels also assists the quality of these functions.
The Motorola XOOM MZ600 comes with the Android operating system, starting with Honeycomb 3.0, but this is upgradeable to 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean). The device can be bought as either a 16, 32 or 64 GB model, and each version comes with 1GB of RAM. There is also the option for further storage through the device's microSD slot, which enables a further 32GB.
The Motorola XOOM MZ600 has a 5 megapixel camera with a 2 megapixel secondary lens. It has an HDMI port and can play both MP3 and MP4 files. The Motorola XOOM MZ600 is available to purchase in black.