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LG e-reader: Completion for Apple iPad and Amazon Kindle

Back at CES 2010 there were rumors that LG were to launch an e-reader, we have just learned that the device that could compete with the Apple iPad and the Amazon Kindle could be released as early as April. The tablet is rumored to launch in the Middle East and Africa first.

According to Emirates Business, LG’s CEO has said that the product will launch very soon, he also said that the Korean consumer electronics giant is in talks with etisalat to launch a new range of notebooks with Google’s OS installed.

There are no more details to add to these two new devices, but we do know that Etisalat is also involved with Acer and HP. According to one of our recent articles, we reported that the new LG device would be called the GW990. See all the details here.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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