Here's the first look at LG's G-Slate tablet, which is gunning to be the best Android tablet with a dual-core Tegra 2 chipset, 8.9-inch 3D display, 3D camera, and of course, Honeycomb. It also runs on T-Mobile's 21mbps HSPA+ network.
The G-Slate has a 1GHz Tegra 2 chipset running under the hood, enabling 720p HD and 3D content on the tablet, and the ability to output 1080p HD and 3D content to TVs and displays. The rear camera is a five-megapixel stereoscopic 3D shooter capable of recording 3D video in 1080p resolution. It's also worth noting that ally 3D content displayed on the G-slate will require glasses, so it's not like the Nintendo 3DS.
The G-Slate also has a two-megapixel frontside camera for video conferencing, and 32 gigs of storage space. And, as with most tablets and smartphones these days, it also comes equipped with a gyroscope and accelerometer. T-Mobile and LG arenn't revealing pricing or exact release dates quite yet, but they say the G-Slate will be out this spring. Motorola Xoom, you might want to watch your back.
AU: LG's local details on this are that there are no details... Until MWC!
Just as an FYI - LG announced its first Tablet device today in the USA – the G-Slate, a customised Andriod based tablet for T-Mobile in the USA - via a global press release.
This press release attached refers to the USA only product launch and further official information on LG Tablet devices will be made at MWC in Barcelona on the 14th of Feb, 2011.
LG will be providing detailed device information, specification and its 2011 Tablet strategy at our global press event on the morning of Monday 14th of February in Barcelona at MWC.
As this event is the official launch of the new device no further local information on the device can be provided until the 14th of Feb – at which time we will be happy to supply all the details and information.