T-Mobile G-Slate

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Pros:

  • Comfortable & solid build, One of the best displays seen on a tablet so far, Acceptable oncontract price

Cons:

  • Junky glasses undermine 3D video. Beta version of Flash for Honeycomb is far too sluggish for twitchlevel gaming. $530 and up with twoyear contract

Expert reviews and ratings

By GadgetNutz on

Posted in ReviewsThe LG G-Slate, a T-Mobile exclusive brought to market only a year ago, is obsolete. Not only is it no longer sold on T-Mobile’s website (although storefronts may still be closing them out), but from all indications it will not...

By Wired on 70

The G-Slate eschews expansive dimensions in favor of an 8.9-inch screen made for ease of use. We needed only one hand in portrait mode, while all of our apps were within thumb’s reach for two-handed navigation in landscape. At just 1.37 pounds and...

By Phone Arena on

For the better portion of the last month, we’ve been toiling away getting comfy with some of the newest tablets to hit the market of late, and now that we’ve gotten a feel for all of them, it’s best to sit down to compare and contrast them all in one...

By Phone Arena on 80

Clearly looking at things on paper, there’s no denying that the T-Mobile G-Slate is a wonderful alternative to the pricier Motorola XOOM – especially when it outperforms it on so many levels. T-Mobile surely picked the perfect tablet to get Android...

By bgr.com on

T-Mobile introduced the world to its first Android 3.0-powered tablet at the Consumer Electronics Show this past January. Unfortunately for T-Mobile, however, the G-Slate was announced amid a flurry of similar announcements — remember, over 100...

By CNET Australia on 70

Thanks to its high-quality screen, streaming TV features, and 4G support (if you're willing to sign a contract), the T-Mobile G-Slate is one of the better Honeycomb tablets on the market today; however, its high no-contract price insures that it's not...

By PhoneDog on

The first 3D tablet is here! Aaron takes a look at the T-Mobile G-Slate , the US version of the LG Optimus Pad and the first of many 3D devices to come. It sports a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor, 8.9-inch display, stereoscopic 5-megapixel...

By PhoneDog on

It's finally here! Aaron reviews the T-Mobile G-Slate , the US version of the LG Optimus Pad and the first device to launch with 3D recording capabilities. It offers a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor, 8.9-inch display, stereoscopic 5-megapixel...