Android 3.0 works a treat.
Itís quick and responsive.
Records 3D video.
Plenty of options and help for recording 3D.
5MP stills camera is good.
Polaris Office included.
Above average display.
Intuitive, tablet-friendly OS.
Great email and web features.
Nice design touches for one-handed use.
Itís fat and heavy.
No 3D screen.
Still not many Android 3.0 apps.
Hefty price seems unjustified.
3D feature needs to be used with glasses or 3D TV.
By itreviews.com on October 04, 2011
While the LG Optimus Pad is a solidly made tablet with some good general specifications, its in-between size doesn't appeal, and the 3D capability feels rather gimmicky....60
By Mobile88 on August 26, 2011
Built for the budding 3D moviemaker. Pricier compared to similar tablets....-
By NotebookCheck on August 24, 2011
The LG V900 Optimus Pad was impressive in almost every exercise, apart from 3D video recording, respectively playback gimmick. The 630 gram tablet's workmanship is good. The IPS screen that has very good viewing angles in addition to a brilliant...87
By PC Pro on August 12, 2011
A solid tablet, but its 3D video features and slightly smaller size aren't worth paying such a huge premium...50
By Expert Reviews on August 05, 2011
It may be able to shoot 3D video, but for this price we'd expect a 3D display...60
By GSMArena on July 29, 2011
It’s good to be a tablet these days. But it’s hard to rise above the rest. Honeycomb, Tegra dual-core and pretty much standard screen resolution, makers need to go to great lengths to make their slates stand out. The LG Optimus Pad seems to...-
By CellPhoneQuick on July 22, 2011
It’s comfortable to hold in one hand, but you’ll need a firm grip simply because after a couple of minutes that 630g of weight starts to feel rather heavier. And there’s also the issue of that missing expansion port.Then we come to the...-
By Phone Arena on June 29, 2011
Back at when the LG Optimus Pad was revealed at MWC this February, things looked bright for LG. 3D was picking pace and the iPad 2 was still an unreal product of the distant future. In that context, the LG Optimus Pad looks pretty adequate, but...70
By Pocket-lint on May 30, 2011
Ultimately LG has failed here. It has added technology that’s not needed and made a device that’s likely to be overlooked by many. There are just better Honeycomb experiences on the...60
By 3G UK on May 20, 2011
There are two ways to look at the LG Optimus Pad - as an ordinary Android Honeycomb tablet, or as a 3D-recording tablet. We reckon it actually performs better as an ordinary tablet, thanks to its very user friendly Honeycomb OS. It’s just a shame...60