Motorola Mobility today announced two additions to its tablet line-up with the DROID XYBOARDS. We're not sure how you're supposed to pronounce that, but we do that the tablets come into two screen sizes, 10.1-inches and 8.2-inches, both of which sport a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, and 4G LTE connectivity via Verizon's high-speed data network. Both will come with a 5 MP rear-facing camera with LED flash, digital zoom, and autofocus. A 1.3 MP camera will adorn the front fascia. 

Motorola says the DROID XYBOARDS are "lighter than a paperback book and thinner than an AAA battery" and will run the new Google's new Android 3.2 Honeycomb. 

Pricing for the 10.1-inch model will start at $529.99 for the 16 GB model, $629.99 for the 32 GBs, and $729.99 for 64 GBs when purchased with a two-year contract. The 8.2-inch version in turn will retail for $429.99 for 16 GB and $529.99 for 32 GBs. 

Motorola also announced an all-white version of its new DROID RAZR smartphone. 

[Verizon via UberGizmo]