Hellooooooooo Motorola Xoom. The beautiful Honeycomb-powered, 10.1-inch tablet will hit Verizon Wireless on Thursday. It won’t come cheap, $599.99 on a two-year data contract, or $799.99 if you don’t want to make the commitment. It’s still running on 3G data, but that will be freely upgradable to 4G later this summer. We’re all pretty familiar with the device, and it’s safe to say at this point that it’s the premier Android tab on the market. [Boy Genius Report] The Xoom won’t be perfect at launch. If you do get one, you might notice the conspicuous absence of Flash. Why? Because Flash 10.2 will be available in a couple of weeks, so at least we know that it will not be a Flash-less tablet. The timetable is a bit ambiguous, but everything sounds in order for now. [Android Central] Yes, that’s the Motorola Atrix, and yes, it is now available through AT&T. As with the Xoom, this appears to be one of the best Android devices on the market. Combining a dual-core processor with a four-inch screen, 1GB of RAM, and a 5-megapixel camera (and VGA front-facing one) makes for a powerful device. The addition of HSPA+ also makes for happy geeks. It’ll cost $199 on a two-year contract, but you can drop another $300 to take it home commitment-free. [Talk Android] Interested in Android running on non-phone devices? Check out the Vertex Cerebra, a Froyo-powered aquarium controller [Android Central] and the BeeWi Mini Cooper remote control car [Phandroid].