We already know that Motorola is readying both a redesigned Xoom 2 and a smaller, 8.2-inch Media Edition, but according to an anonymous tipster at Engadget, they've got one more model ready to roll: a kid-friendly Xoom Family Edition. We know what you're thinking, but according to photos apparently taken at a big box electronics chain, the 10.1-inch tablet will feature a bundle of kid-friendly apps and games from Zoodles called Kid Mode that parents can let children run unsupervised. With a 1GHz dual-core processor, the Honeycomb tablet looks like it will have specs more in line with today's Xoom then the next-gen models we've been hearing about, but with $40 of additional software pre-loaded, we're thinking it may be positioned as a cheaper, low-end member of the Xoom family. No news on pricing or availability yet, but we'll let you know as soon as we have more.
Xoom Family Edition surfaces with Kid Mode on board
Xoom Family Edition surfaces with Kid Mode on board/
Photos have leaked of an unannounced Xoom Family Edition, loaded with kid-friendly software.