T-Mobile G-Slate 4G Android Tablet
The G-Slate from T-Mobile is a Android 3.0 tablet. It designed by LG, so some people call this the LG Slate. It's 4G compatible, which is nice. The T-Mobile G-Slate runs the latest version of Google Android's operating system (3.0). The additional plugs on the device are a mini-HDMI slot and a micro-USB cable. The SIM card on the device is pretty accessible by just removing a back cover. What you won't find on the G-Slate is an SD card, so you are stuck with buying the size of the device that you wish. Turning the tablet over reveals that it is 3D capabe from the two 5 megapixel cameras and the LED flash found on the back of the device. This is the real benefit of this tablet. If you are interested in filming in 3D you can do so. It offers plenty of choices on how you can do this, too. Filming can be done the old fashioned way with one camera, side-by-side, or the old way of wearing the funky glasses to get the effect. You have to have a T-Mobile account to use this tablet.
Amazon.com Price: $240.69 (as of 2013-05-25 21:39:46 GMT)
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LG T-Mobile G-Slate Tablet
- Google integration with preloaded Andriod Apps
- Android 3.0 operating system (Honeycomb)
- 5.0 MP rear-facing camera with LED flash and stereoscopic 3D recording
- Full HTML web browser with Flash 10.1 support
- What's in the Box: LG G-Slate tablet, standard battery, charger, USB cable with gender adapter, 3D glasses, quick start guide, user manual
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