LG G-Slate Tablet Ready to Roll March with Honeycomb

LG Electronics recently said it would release a tablet computer in the United States in March. Tablet-called G-Slate is one of the first tablet models using Honeycomb operating system, the latest of Google's Android OS designed for mobile devices with big screens.

G-Slate has a 8.9-inch screen, smaller than the screen iPad but larger than the screen Galaxy Tab. No pricing information from these tablets, including availability in Indonesia. However, LG says that the G-Slate release date will be announced at the end of this month.

Meanwhile in the United States, LG in collaboration with T-Mobile plans to release a G-Slate 3D in the spring or the second quarter of this year. G-Slate is known to use two Tegra processors 1GHz dual-core processors, 32GB of internal storage media, gyroscope and accelerometer, and two stereoscopic video camera in the back that can record 1080p 3-dimensional video. One of these cameras can act as an ordinary camera with 5MP resolution with flash. Apart from the two cameras there is also a third-resolution 2MP camera located on the front for video chat. To enjoy the 3D video display in this gadget takes 3-D glasses or transferred via the HDMI output to another device.

LG is currently hoping a lot of smartphones and tablets to increase their income to lift his business. In the fourth quarter of 2010 and Motorola reported a loss of up to $ 229 million dollars. Is the LG will be able to compete in this market in 2011 tablet?