LG has officially unveiled the Honeycomb filled LG Optimus Pad tablet at the MWC 2011 event, as the international version of the LG G-Slate. Optimus Pad is now listed on UK based Carphone Warehouse website with a price tag of £799 and the website also noted it as ’in stock’ now.
LG Optimus Pad is the first ever Android tablet to come with 3D capabilities, running with Google’s tablet-optimized Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS and NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 processor, sporting glasses-required 3D display measuring 8.9 inches with 15:9 aspect ratio, 1280 x 768 pixels resolution. Users can capture 3D content with the two 5MP cameras and an additional front-facing 2MP camera for video calling (tablet is having a total of 3 cameras), 3G, Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth, 1080p Full HD video decoding, users can capture stunning images and video on the tablet and then transfer them to 3D TVs or upload via YouTube 3D app, Tegra Zone app (to be available later) for gaming, 32Gb inbuilt-memory storage, Android Market and a whole host of Google services, including Google eBooks, Google Maps 5, and Google Talk. LG Optimus Pad is also having a SIM slot.
LG Optimus Pad also available in Japan through the NTT DoCoMo telecom.
The UK consumers now can buy the LG Optimus Pad tablet here at Carphone Warehouse (hit the link) for £799.
[Source: Carphone Warehouse]