LG V909 G-Slate

  • LG V909 G-Slate
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The LG V909 G-Slate sports a great industrial design and can record 3D 720p HD videos with its dual-5 megapixel cameras. All of this is powered by a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor that hums along at 1GHz, making sure that even 3D games run smoothly on its high-res touchscreen display. The G-Slate weighs 630g (22.2oz) and measures 242.8mm x 149.4mm x 12.4mm (9.56in x 5.88in x .49in) in size.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on

I've been using a Motorola Xoom on a daily basis since before it was available for purchase, so I'm pretty familiar with Android Honeycomb and its quirks. And while the T-Mobile G-Slate could use slightly improved reception, I like it, as a whole,...

By gottabemobile.com on

After spending a month with the G-Slate I came to appreciate the form factor, display and 4G connectivity. Sadly, the positives I found in the hardware couldn't overcome the limitations in Android 3.0. We are closer than we were 6 months ago, but the...

By Geek.com on

For being an original member of the Open Handset Alliance, the organization Google helped assemble in order to have a small army to support Android, LG has been pretty quiet. Their first couple of Android devices were comparatively unsuccessful, in...

By phandroid.com on

For you first time tablet buyers out there, this is a solid home run. I wont call it a grand slam, but you wont regret it, so long as the price point doesn’t turn you away. For the veterans of the tablet world, you shouldn’t be disappointed as most...

By About.com on 60

May 4 2011 - The LG G-Slate tablet is a solid Android 3.0 tablet choice on the market. Performance is on par with other devices but it does trump the 10-inch models by being slightly more portable with its 8.9-inch display that also is one of the...

By androidheadlines.com on

I believe this is a good tablet, it is a first big tablet for T-Mobile and definitely a contender in the tablet world. I had a lot of fun with it and enjoyed using it. I am not so sure I would buy it as the price is still a bit high and the 3D is a bit...

By Digital Trends on 70

The T-Mobile G-Slate is a fine tablet with fine features, but it loses points because of its price and lack of configuration options....

By tabletpcreview.com on 70

The LG G-Slate is definitely a fine tablet, but most of what makes it such a quality product is the Honeycomb software, which, at this point, can be found on other, better pieces of hardware (e.g. Motorola Xoom, Asus Transformer). Not only is there...

By MobileTechReview on 60

The T-Mobile G-Slate by LG is a very nice tablet hampered only by its price and tweener size. We love the build quality, attractive looks that remind us of the LG G2x on T-Mobile, and bright display. T-Mobile's HSPA+ network is fast, and if you're in...

By G4tv.com on 60

Video Review: T-Mobile's LG G-Slate 4G joins the tablet world with an 8.9" multi-touch screen, Android 3.0, 5G capability, 32 GB of storage and dual rear-facing cameras for 3D video recording. Candace Bailey and Kevin Pereira take a close look at the...

By infoSync World on 75

Our T-Mobile G-Slate review has finally arrived! Is T-Mobile's Honeycomb-clad 3D-capable, 1080p warrior the ultimate multimedia machine?T-Mobile G-Slate Report There is exciting news for the T-Mobile customer, and it's called the G-Slate. LG's first...

By PC World on 70

The T-Mobile G-Slate is a reasonable tablet choice if you like the idea of a tablet that, in terms of size, fits in between the rest. But it's worth the investment only if you're willing to lock into a contract. At $750 without a contract, it's far...

By MobileBurn on 86

Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. The T-Mobile G-Slate is an Android 3.0 Honeycomb-powered tablet computer built by LG. In fact, the device is a near clone of LG's , which I first saw at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year. The...

By Engadget on 80

The ultimate victor in the tablet wars will be the army that conquers the most wallets, and so now the question of course is whether you should open the ramparts of yours to this potential intruder. After spending a few days with one, running across...

By cnet on 77

Thanks to its slightly lower price, higher-quality screen, and extra features, the T-Mobile G-Slate with Google is a better value than the 3G Xoom with a Verizon data plan; however, the iPad 2 is still the tablet to...

By LaptopMag on 70

While the iPad 2 remains our top pick among tablets because of its vast app selection, those who are interested in Android 3.0 should take a good look at the T-Mobile G-Slate. In fact, we prefer the G-Slate in some ways to the Motorola Xoom because it...

By PC Mag on 70

Attention potential Motorola Xoom buyers: the T-Mobile G-Slate with Google (by LG) has Honeycomb, too—as well as a slightly smaller design and 3D capabilities....

By SlashGear on

In a way it’s difficult to criticize LG for its decision to put 3D into the G-Slate. We’re constantly asking manufacturers to think about how they’ll differentiate their tablets from the iPad, and 3D recording is obviously LG’s push to do just that....