LG G Pad 8.3 and the Dell Venue 8 -- both of which are selling at a discount today.
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Nexus 4 and upcoming Nexus 5, may be getting a little more Google-centric. Reports now indicate that LG will be making a line of Chrome OS devices, and have trademarked names for them. While the filing suggests that they will simply be Chromebooks -- as we’re used to seeing -- it could also mean something new, and the resurgence of one Chrome product we’ve long since left behind.
LG G Pad 8.3 tablet has been rolling out globally and it looks like there has been another release. The latest is the US, where the tablet will be available by way of Best Buy. The retailer will have the LG G Pad 8.3 available beginning today for those shopping online. Elsewise, in-store availability will begin on November 3rd.
G Pad 8.3 tablet rollout beginning for those in Korea on October 14. At that time they said the global rollout would follow soon after and it looks like the next phase of the rollout has been revealed. The tablet will be available for those in the UK and Ireland "in the run-up to Christmas."
Nexus 7 with their G Pad tablet in terms of specs, and if the latest reports are accurate it sounds like they'll do the same with the price. After announcing their first tablet in years, the LG G Pad 8.3 earlier this month with no details on a price, today we're hearing the impressive well-rounded Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean tablet might launch for just $299.
G Pad 8.3 to IFA 2013 to try to build on the buoyant reception to the LG G2. We grabbed some hands-on time with the 8.3-inch tablet to find out whether LG's promise of "better than HD" resolution and features cribbed from the G2 make sense.