LG Showcases 3D-Capable Optimus Pad (T-Mobile G-Slate) Tablet

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At the ongoing 2011 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, LG Electronics is showcasing the LG Optimus Pad Android tablet, also known as the G-Slate for T-Moble network in the U.S.

The LG Optimus Pad / T-Mobile G-Slate features an 8.9-inch 1280 x 768 multitouch display and supports 3D video recording and playback. On the back of the device there’s a 3D camera. For viewing 3D content on the tablet’s display, users must use separatelly sold 3D glasses.

LG’s G-Slate runs Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” OS, with access to Android market. OS and apps are powered by the Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core 1GHz processor, supporting full HD video playback.

According to LG’s press release, the LG Optimus Pad will begin shipping in local markets starting in March.

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LG Rolls Out Xnote A510 3D-Capable Laptop

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LG Electronics has announced the Xnote A510 laptop with 3D technology and a 15.6-inch full HD display.

The LG Xnote A510 features Intel’s Core i7 740QM and 840QM quad-core processors and Nvidia GeForce GT425M 1GB dedicated video card. It ships with polarized 3D glasses, a set of clip-on 3D lenses for regular glasses, and TriDef 2D to 3D conversion software.

The notebook has SRS TruSurround HD audio technology and HDMI 1.4 output.

LG said it will release the Xnote A510 in Asia, South America, the Middle East and Africa starting in October 2010. There’s no info on pricing and availability in other continents.

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LG X170 Netbook Launched

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LG has launched the X170 10.1-inch netbook, featuring optional Intel Atom dual-core processor and 720p display.

The LG X170 comes with the Atom N455 single-core or N550 dual-core chip, 1366 x 768 (720p) or 1024 x 600 screen, 1GB of RAM, a 250GB hard drive, the GMA 3150 integrated graphics, a 6-cell battery, and Bluetooth 3.0.

LG’s new netbook has an exterior with rounded edges and comes in pink, blue, black, or ivory color.

There’s also the new LG SmartPOP technology that allows access to your cell phone from the netbook – to dial in, to receive calls, send receive SMS, transfer files, and sync data.

It starts at around $565 in Korea and there’s no word on availability and pricing in other countries.

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