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Motorola Camera Connection Kit for MOTOROLA XOOM, Xyboard 10.2, Xyboard 8.2 89454N

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  • Brand Name: Motorola
  • Model Number: 89454N
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Manufacturer Warranty Description: 1 year

Product Description

Share your photos in a Flash. The Camera Connection Kit for the Motorola XOOM is an easy way to transfer your photos directly from your camera to the Motorola XOOM.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 4.8 x 4.8 x 7.5 inches
Item Weight 0.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B004UAG6WC
Item model number 89454N
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4.2 out of 5 stars 78 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #5,011 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Cell Phone Accessories > Cables
#6,817 in Electronics > Portable Audio & Video > MP3 & MP4 Players & Accessories > MP3 & MP4 Player Accessories > Cables
#171,543 in Electronics > Cell Phones & Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com April 25, 2011

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Once you get the 3.1 update, you can also plug in other USB devices into your Xoom! So far I've tried a mouse (it's weird to see a mouse pointer on there), and a PS3 Controller. The use of game controllers alone makes this dongle well worth the money! It works well with emulators you can find in the market, and I'm sure more games will be supporting the hardware in the future.
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This connector is specially wired to put the XOOM in USB host mode. I tried using common adapters to duplicate this configuration, and they did not work as they were not wired for the XOOM's host mode.

I have used this to connect a standard USB keyboard and a mouse. It also worked to transfer JPG pictures from my Canon Rebel XT and Canon SD700 into the Gallery app. It did not recognize or transfer RAW pictures, and I don't believe there is currently an app that will display them anyway.
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I was a little lazy when it came to this purchase, I usually find out about a product then will buy an item based on best price/recommendation combo (so I won't necessarily buy the cheapest product available if it has crappy reviews). I just saw this item and bought it because it's made by Motorola and there was no price difference anywhere for this particular product. After purchasing the adapter, I found some time to read on some substitute adapters and came to the conclusion that for $20, I paid for convenience and am quite happy.

I plugged the adapter to my 5 y/o camera and it worked perfectly. Tried it on my wife's few month old camera and it works. I read in some forums that you have to make sure that if you get a non-Motorola adapter it has to be a certain type (it was a while ago when I read the forums so I can't remember the terminology used). Basically the Motorola adapter has an extra pin in it that makes the Xoom a "host" device thus allowing it to download pics directly from your camera. This was one of the main reasons why I bought the Xoom, to eliminate the need to bring a much bigger, heavier laptop with me when ever the family goes on vacation. I've got most of the 32 gigs of internal memory available so I won't be running out of that on a single vacation (if I do, I have about 17 more gigs available on the SD card). It's nice too because I can carry the Xoom with me during an outing and download pics on-the-fly if I have to (there have been a couple of times my wife filled up her 16 gig card and had to delete pictures to make room for more!...women, they just keep their pics on the card forever).

$20 is a lot for an adapter but there was no searching for the right substitute and then hoping that it would work properly--just plug and play. So I'd recommend this product because it's well built and it's extremely convenient.
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After reading on some forums that the 3.1 update would allow you to hook up XBox360 controllers to it I started to hunt for a OTG cable. It's a real hit/miss sometimes with most of the cables here. This is one will work and is from Motorola. I would rather spend the money then waste time buying cheap cables and hoping they work. If you hook up the Xbox 360 Wireless Gaming Receiver to the Xoom with this cable you can then connect a wireless 360 controller. You don't have to do any configuration or app installs to make this work. It's all supported out of box. The controller can then be used with emulators (ie. Nesoid). Nothing like playing Super Mario Brothers 3 on the Xoom with a wireless 360 controller. So in case you are like me wondering if this cable will work for that...yes, yes it does.
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The Motorola XOOM Android tablet has the ability to act as a USB host. The tablet has a female USB Micro "A" connector and most USB devices require a standard female "B" connector. Hence the need for this adapter.

Using this connector, my tablet can operate certain low-power devices. I hooked a USB mouse to the XOOM and got a lovely cursor on the screen. I hooked my DSLR and I have access to the SD card that stores images. But, what I'm really after is the Dream Cheeky USB Circus Cannon Kit. With this attached to the XOOM and using an app I build from the Android sample kit, I now have a solution that fires foam missiles at my cats when they climb on the computer equipment next to my desk.
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This adapter works well with my Canon S5 IS to transfer photos onto my Xoom. It's great if you feel the need to upload pics ASAP to your favorite social networking site. I've also connected a mouse and keyboard (one at a time) successfully to my Xoom with this adapter. No support yet for USB thumbdrives etc. yet on non-rooted devices just so you know.

As others have pointed out the location of the micro-USB port on the Xoom is not conducive to leaving the adapter plugged in. I end up removing the folio case and rotating the Xoom 180 degrees when I'm using the USB or HDMI port. I suggest going the Bluetooth route with the Motorola Wireless Keyboard for Motorola ATRIX and XOOM (Motorola Retail Packaging) and the Razer Orochi Elite Mobile Gaming Mouse if you plan to regularly use a keyboard and mouse.

For the DIY crowd there are a bunch of how-to articles out there to create your own imitation of this cable. There's a 6th pin in the micro-USB connector that when grounded tells the Xoom to go from it's normal USB device mode into USB host mode. These DIY products all look very Frankenstein to me so I bought this adapter.
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