Hands on: 8.9″ LG Optimus Pad Tegra 2 Stereoscopic Tablet (update: pricing)

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14 Feb, 2011 9:20 pm

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Update 2: Fudzilla hears the Optimus Pad will go for $700 – $800 in the US with 32GB of RAM (as the G-Slate) and the same in euros over in Europe with VAT included.

Update: Pricing! If you’re not saving that $1,200 for the Motorola Xoom, then you can buy the LG Optimus Pad and still have enough left for the week’s groceries. Sound like a bargain? It’s been spotted for 999 euros in Germany, or about $1,075 after conversions (inc. VAT). via Engadget

LG has come out with an 8.9 inch 630g tablet at Mobile World Congress today.  It one of the most heavily leaked devices so there aren’t big surprises here.  This glossy tablet features a capacitive multi touch display running Android 3.0 or Honeycomb. Its also got a 5 mega pixel stereoscopic rear facing camera which allows for 3D camera that offers digital zoom and an led flash.

On the front we’ve got a front facing 2 Mega Pixel Camera. Connectivity wise you’ll also find a micro HDMI out and micro usb along side stereo speakers and a 3.5 headphone jack. Its also loaded with 32GB of internal memory with a built in gyroscope and internal accelerometer. Using its Tegra 2 processor for graphics performance we’ll be seeing 10 hours of video playback from this device.

Here is a quick hands on video taking a look at the stereoscopic camera and the form factor in general.

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