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With a widescreen display, Google Android's Honeycomb, and a 3D-camera, does the T-Mobile G-Slate have what it takes to dominate the tablet market? Not really.
From the makers of the G2x smartphone, your friendly neighborhood T-Mobile, comes its latest tablet out in the market, the T-Mobile G-Slate. Powered by the sweet-succulent juice of Android Honeycomb, a unique widescreen display, a 4G network, plus a 3D camera, the G-Slate has the makings of becoming the legendary iPad 2 killer. Unfortunately, despite all these savvy features, it’s the tablet’s very advantage that spells its downfall.
The T-Mobile G-Slate has a smooth and satisfying touch with a thickness of 0.49 inch plus a matte finish at the back. It provides a nice comforting grip where you don’t have to worry that it will slip from the palm of your hand. It’s screen is 8.9-inch big, a humble size compared to the iPad 2 and Motorola Xoom tablets. But it’s unique widescreen display somehow gives that unique appeal.Read the rest of the article »
Japan prepares for a magnitude 8.9-inch LG Optimus Pad, as the 3D and Honeycomb-powered tablet lands on March 31.
Japan’s NTT DOCOMO has announced that the T-Mobile LG Optimus Pad, the 3D-able tablet, is set for a March 31st release. Unfortunately, they’re still quiet on how much the Honeycomb tablet is priced with less than three days before its debut. Known as the G-slate ’round to T-Mobile subscribers, the Optimus Pad is powered by […]Read the rest of the article »
Think your phone is new? Well think again after a couple more months as Qualcomm may inspire manufacturers with their crazy 2.5GHz CPUs!
It was only a matter of time until we see another generation of Snapdragons running about the wilds of the mobile forest. With the proliferation of fast and top-of-the-line smartphones getting the best Snapdragons available, Qualcomm is not allowing itself to get comfortable as it unveils the 28nm ‘Krait’ chipsets, a much-faster, next generation Snapdragon family processors which includes a single (MSM8930), dual(MSM8960) and quad (APQ8064) core CPUs.Read the rest of the article »
"A premium mobile HD entertainment experience on a tablet. Welcome to T-Mobile G-Slate with Google, by LG."
It’s got 3D Cameras, it runs on Honeycomb 3.0, plus it has Tegra 2. What’s not to love about the LG G-Slate? Well we’ll give you some ideas on what’s MORE to love about the tablet with a short video demo we found over at Youtube (oh, youtube, where can we be without ye?). And although the video looks a little unpolished, it gives us a clear idea on its hardware specs along with a cool demo on how the 3D feature would look like once the 3D stereoscopic cameras have kicked in. Probably the only apprehension we have with the LG G-Slate is the size of the display, but hey, atleast we can expect some decent prices once it comes out.
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It may be no Nintendo 3DS where it doesn't need a pair of glasses to view 3D content, but the LG G-Slate is still slated to become the best Android tablet out there.
Looks like it’s all out for T-Mobile as they uncover the specs and details of the much hyped LG G-Slate tablet. The G-Slate, which is hoping to become the best Android tablet to date, so far has an impressive roster of features which include the much anticipated Honeycomb, a dual-core Tegra 2 chipset, an 8.9-inch 3D display topped off with a 3D camera. However, the tablet won’t be anything near the Nintendo 3DS as the device needs glasses in order to properly view the 3D content.Read the rest of the article »
Should we count on a music video to confirm rumors of a device? Well LG and Big Bang did have some chemistry going on over the years, so maybe this one is legit.
We just love Easter Eggs, don’t we? Well here’s one that’s gonna tickle your tech tastebuds. A recent music video by hit Korean boyband Big Bang has briefly revealed an LG-branded slate that suggests a dual-camera at the back. And a dual-camera could only mean one thing, 3D camera. If you remember last CES 2011, Korean company LG has unveiled the G-Slate though little details have been provided. Rumors speculate that the G-Slate may carry something 3D in its features, and it looks like this music video has just flammed the fans.
Hit the break to watch the music video. And if you’re not the type of person to look for an easter egg by yourself, then go ahead and skip the play bar to 0.53 and 1.52.Read the rest of the article »
We got hefty upgrades and high-end point and shoot cameras on their way. Will the Bloggie 3D camera compensate for the lack of DSLRs and NEXs in the line-up?
Looks like Photorumors draws first blood over Sony as it leaks a list of the Japanese company’s camera line up for the CES 2011. By the looks of the list, it seems Sony has alot of upgraded and high-end models coming their way, but details are very minimal and no pictures are available. Unfortunately, the report states that we won’t be seeing any Sony DLSR or NEX this time. What really caught our attention though was the Bloggie 3D camera, which allows the user to capture movies in 3D. They might have thought that since everything else seems to be 3D, why not capture a video in 3D? Stick around for more details as we dive deeper into CES 2011.
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Nintendo has never been this excited about something since the launch of the Nintendo Wii. But now we'll judge if the Nintendo 3DS has everything in its bag of tricks for us to shell out $300 for a handheld console.
Very much like months before the Nintendo Wii was released, much speculations and anxiety grew around the gaming world whenever something relatively new broods around. The coming of the Nintendo 3DS has alot of promise in a world where 3D seems to be the emerging trend whether in print, television, movies, and apparently gaming consoles. But is owning a Nintendo 3DS really going to be worth it? Let’s jump into the fray as we get to know more about this life-changing handheld that will make us decide if it’s worth $300 (more or less).Read the rest of the article »
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