G-Slate: LG’s First Tablet is Coming in March

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After a long roller coaster ride, LG, apparently, is all set to test the water of Tablet Industry. Company has announced that in coming March, United State will witness the release of its first tablet, dubbed as G-Slate, which will further strengthen LG’s position in next generation computing device market. Certainly, the upcoming G-Slate will be added as another tablet device which will run on Honeycomb a.k.a. Android 3.0 – Google’s special branch of Android platform, specifically developed for tablet devices.

To position its first tablet as one of the toughest contender, LG has loaded G-Slate with highly scalable and sophisticated features. Besides having 8.9 inch screen, G-Slate will be powered with dual core 1 Ghz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor.

32 GB of internal memory with Wi-Fi and HSPA+ connectivity surely ads much value to any tablet. HDMI, a built-in gyroscope, accelerometer and adaptive lighting are some other remarkable features which will be available in LG’s G- Slate.

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The biggest attraction, besides the processor, will be dual camera with LED flash and HD video (1080p) as well as stereoscopic 3D recording capability, which is generally not being a part of any other tablet yet. A 5 mega pixel camera at back with HD support will allow you to capture ‘living’ videos and front facing 2 mega pixel camera will help you to have video conference to make your tablet as a true function as multi functional tablet (MFT).

Though, LG has still not respired for the price tag yet, but speculations are being made that Mobile World Congress event, which is scheduled for 14 February – 17 Feb in Barcelona, will be the best place for the company to unveil such information and draw splendid traction on tablet market.

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