The LG G-Slate is one of the most interesting tablets on the horizon, thanks to its 3D capable display and stereoscopic camera for recording 3D video. The tablet also sets itself apart from the crowd with an 8.9 inch display, at a time when the world is awash with 7 and 10 inch tablets. We’ve heard a lot about the G-Slate over the last few weeks, but now we can finally get a decent look at it thanks to a video that just popped up on YouTube.

The video shows what the front, back, and sides of the tablet look like, and give a good look at the dual cameras and various ports including an HDMI, USB, and docking station port.

The tablet has a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core CPU, a 1280 x 768 pixel display, 32GB of storage, and a 6400mAh battery. The G-Slate will run Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb.

T-Mobile is expected to offer the G-Slate in the US this March. There’s no word on pricing yet.

You can check out the demo video after the break.

via Engadget

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3 replies on “LG G-Slate 3D Android tablet makes a video appearance”

  1. March can’t come soon enough. I have waited so long before purchasing an iPad so whats another month. I heard its going to have 720p on the display and an 1080p HDMI output. If that is true it is going to work great with my DISH Remote Access app from DISH Network. I work at DISH and am already using that app and my Sling Adapter to watch live streaming content on my smartphone. Now a tablet with a 720p Display? Yes please!

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