Motorola’s Droid Xyboard tablets go up for sale at Verizon, prices start at $430 (update: in stores on December 12th)

Motorola’s pair of Droid Xyboard tablets has finally gone up for order on Verizon’s site this morning, fulfilling the promise that Big Red made earlier this week. The 8.2-inch version is now available with 16GB of storage for $430, or 32GB for $530 (on a two-year contract). The 10.1-incher, meanwhile, is available in three flavors: 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB, for on-contract prices of $530, $630 and $730, respectively. All five Honeycomb models, as previously noted, come laced with LTE functionality, and all five are available now, at the source link below.

Update: Verizon has just posted a press release confirming the above report. According to the provider, both tablets will hit Verizon’s stores on December 12th. Read it for yourself after the break, or check out some high-resolution images, in the gallery below.

[Thanks, Jordan]

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Motorola’s Droid Xyboard tablets go up for sale at Verizon, prices start at $430 (update: in stores on December 12th) originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 09 Dec 2011 02:33:00 EST.

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