LG G-Slate Tablet Goes On Sale Today

Posted: Apr 19 2011, 10:50am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 20 2011, 9:26pm CDT, in Shopping | Tablets

 

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LG G-Slate Tablet goes on Sale Today

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Today is a big launch day for mobile gadgets. The BlackBerry PlayBook is now on sale and so is the LG G-Slate Android tablet from T-Mobile. According to TmoNews the G-Slate launches today. I did not see any official T-Mobile communication about it, but several tech sites have published reviews of the G-Slate today.
With a T-Mobile contract the G-Slate costs you $529. Without any commitment the G-Slate is priced at $750. The LG G-Slate stands out a bit from the HoneyComb Tablets with its unique long design, 3D cameras and 3D viewer.

Other features of the G-Slate include 8.9-inch screen, 5MP rear cameras, 32GB storage, Tegra 2 CPU at 1GHz and T-Mobile's 4G data connectivity.

The G-Slate stands out when compared to the Motorola Xoom or other HoneyComb tablets, but whether or not that will make a difference in sales remains to be seen. Being unique is not always good. Joshua Topolsky, former Engadget Chief, says in his review that the G-Slate is uncomfortably long.

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