LG V909 G-Slate
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.
More Compact Than 10inch Tablets.
Excellent IPS Based Display.
Bright screen with wide viewing angle.
1080p video recording.
Dual speakers work well.
Pure Android experience.
Android Market is filling with tablet apps.
High quality materials.
Fast HSPA 4G.
Powerful Tegra 2 processor.
Shoots and plays 3D footage (glasses included).
Expensive Without Two Year Contract.
Cheesy red and blue anaglyph 3D.
No SD card slot.
Smaller display vs. 10.1" tablets, yet isn't really smaller or lighter.
Speaker volume is too low.
Default Honeycomb home screen feels cluttered.
Flash 10.2 beta is buggy.
Strange, off-center orientation for front-facing camera.
Occasionally reboots, unprovoked, when idle.
Android Market needs more Honeycomb apps.
3D implementation is disappointing.
4G drains the battery something quick.
By TechSpot on April 19, 2011
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...-
By Geek.com on June 20, 2011
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 May 12, 2011
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...-
By About.com on May 08, 2011
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...60
By Digital Trends on May 06, 2011
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....70
By MobileTechReview on May 03, 2011
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...60
By G4tv.com on April 27, 2011
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...60
By infoSync World on April 23, 2011
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....75
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on April 21, 2011
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,...70
By PC Mag on April 19, 2011
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....70