G-Slate tablet? Yea I don't either. They released it way last year as one of the first Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets, and it still sits on Android 3.1 Honeycomb to this day. With almost no support whatsoever they've been focused heavily on their smartphones, and apparently that will be the focus moving forward.
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HTC Amaze 4G, which will be reduced from $229.99 to just $49.99.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7-inch or the newer LG G-Slate with 3D capabilities and a dual-core processor from NVIDIA. I think you know which one we'd choose. Both tablets are available for rent for the whole baseball game for $10.
Best Buy will be revolutionizing the way you see tablets. That is, they're dedicating quite a bit of floor space to the cause, and you're not going to be able to see the laptops and the desktop computers without first having to get through the tablet gallery. In a move that can only point toward one thing, Best Buy's suddenly shown their understanding of the way the market's turning, and turning quick. In addition, as I'm sure you've already guessed, the majority of these tables are Androids, or in the case of the Barnes & Noble tablets, have Android in them, and Best Buy has most of them in stock!
T-Mobile G-Slate back here, and the HTC EVO 3D isn't quite ready to go yet, now how does the Optimus contender contend? We shall see!
arriving in the UK today. Carphone Warehouse has confirmed that the LG Optimus Pad - aka the T-Mobile G-Slate in the US - is now on sale, offering Android 3.0 Honeycomb and a 3D camera array for stills and video. Your money gets you a 10.1-inch display - which can show 3D footage, as long as you wear the bundled red/cyan glasses - along with twin cameras, WiFi, 3G and Bluetooth. Inside is NVIDIA's dual-core 1GHz Tegra 2 chipset. The Optimus Pad will be available from £299.99 on a £25 per month (24 month) contract, which includes 5GB of data, or for £749.99 stand alone. More details on the tablet in our full review of the G-Slate. [vms f205953f9d3d7974bdd7]
T-Mobile G2x and the G-Slate BOTH have IPS displays. There's been a bit of debate about this as of late, whether the display on these devices were simply TFT or if they amped it up a few notches to the more expensive and more fantastic in both color and viewing angles In-Plane Switching (IPS.) What does this mean, you might ask? Why should I give one hoot? Because now you know you can watch Tron: Legacy with the BRIGHT lights!