We have more on the LG G-Slate tablet now, and by more we mean a brand new hands-on video of the device which has just been captured at the ongoing CTIA 2011 event. The device is due for release soon, and is definitely turning a few heads with it’s impressive hardware capabilities.
The video has been provided by the guys over at Android Central, and it’s actually a video showing the official unveiling by LG at CTIA 2011. We get an introduction to some of the specs on the device by the lovely ‘LG girl’ followed by a look at how the device handles multimedia tasks such as 3D gaming using the accelerometer – the game played is actually Need for Speed Shift if you were wondering why the graphics were so good.
We then see how the web browser handles on the G-Slate and if you look at the video, you’ll see just how responsive scrolling through the pages is – which is probably due to the included 1Ghz Tegra 2 dual-core processor which powers the device.
Finally, there’s a quick look at the camcorder on the G-Slate and a reminder that the device will be able to shoot 3D videos. Take a look at the video below and let us know if you’re impressed with the G-Slate or not. It’s out sometime this month, priced at $529 on contract with T-Mobile.
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