We liked the G-Slate – it’s a very nice Android tablet and worth looking into – and now you can get $100 off by calling into T-Mo and ordering before April 27. → Read More
The Honeycomb slate market is getting crowded. With new devices launching every day and current models getting incremental updates that put them on parity with just about anything else out there, manufacturers gotta have a gimmick.
Like Power Rangers or Reservoir Dogs, Honeycomb tablet manufacturers must depend on one or two defining characteristics to convince a restless consumer base to pick up… → Read More
We’ve heard it a few times before, but now it’s official: the T-Mobile G-Slate, also known as the Optimus Pad, will be hitting the US tomorrow, April 20th, for $529.99 with a 2-year contract.
If you want one contract, free, it’ll set you back $750 — more than the equivalent iPad, but remember, this one has 3D! → Read More
If you get on T-Mobile’s site to try and order a G-Slate, you’ll end up staring at a big coming soon sign. But on eBay it’s a different story. The 8.9-inch Honeycomb tablet isn’t expected to launch for another two weeks but one eBay user is claiming the G-Slate is on hand and ready to ship. → Read More
The T-Mobile G-Slate is one of the first tablets to offer Android 3.0 (Honeycomb). It has an 8.9-inch, 3D-capable, multi-touchscreen and the ability to record 3D and full HD video, those the 3D will not be 1080p. The slate also uses T-Mobile’s version of 4G (HSPA). And, as of today it gets a price. → Read More
The upcoming LG G-Slate is set to be one of the Honeycomb launch devices. But LG really hasn’t shown-off most of the features. That’s what a leaked video and YouTube is for, right? So what we have here is a 1:20 video highlight reel demonstrating everything from the 3D camera to the device’s inputs to gaming. So yeah, the only left to speculate is the price. [via BGR] Update: The… → Read More
T-Mobile and LG’s G-Slate, one of the first devices to sport Android 3.0, has just been made more official than before, with specs, release date, and even real pictures. It’s got an 8.9″ screen and an NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, that should enable HD content playback.
The screen’s resolution is 1280×720, so you can watch HD stuff in its native resolution — or you can use its HDMI port and… → Read More
The LG G-Slate was one of the many tablets outed at CES 2011 that caused many to simply say, “eh.” Just another tablet, right? Sure, but this might be the T-Mobile tablet so fans of the network should probably jump over to this just-launched promo page to sign up for the latest product news. (and spam) → Read More
Oh Federal Communications Commission, you are such a tease. You show us just the outline of that sexy little tablet! At least, I assume it’s sexy. The model number is LG-V900, but beyond that there isn’t much to glean here. It could very well be 9″, though, and that outline definitely shows a 16:9 aspect ratio. That shouldn’t come as a surprise, since the teaser video had the UI in 16:9. → Read More