Motorola had quite the booth at this year's CES and they weren't shy about showing off their hew products for 2012. The Xyboard tablets, Razr Maxx and MotoActv fitness tracker were all on display so head past the break for some quick hands-on time.
To get things started Motorola got us up close with their new XYBOARD tablets that were announced back in December. Coming in both 10.1 and 8.2-inch sizes the tablets feature a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, front and rear facing cameras and come packed with MotoCast, which will let us remotely pull video, pictures and music from your PC. there's even an IR blaster so you can control your TV and home theater with it.
Motorola's recently revived RAZR brand was introduced with a lot of power in an ultra-slim package just a couple months ago, but the new RAZR MAXX takes it even further with enough battery life to talk on the phone for up to 21 hours straight (don't tell your girlfriend) without compromising the thin form factor. See it in action below.
The next new gadget Motorola introduced us to was the MotoActv, a wristwatch-style number that keeps you updated on fitness goals and achievements during your workout and also functions as an MP3 player, holding up to 4,000 songs. The device is equipped with GPS and can track calories burned, steps taken and distance traveled and save the all of the data to the MotoActv online portal.