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LG Claims New Tablet Is 'Just Right'
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ChrisMurphy
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8/28/2013 | 2:00:27 PM
re: LG Claims New Tablet Is 'Just Right'
I'm in the market and will buy a new tablet this week, and this doesn't tempt me at all. I'm going Nexus 7 or iPad Mini, I want something easier to handle.
OtherJimDonahue
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8/28/2013 | 12:19:21 PM
re: LG Claims New Tablet Is 'Just Right'
Hey, this is America. Surely we could have EXACTLY the screen size we want. I'm holding out for 8.62 inches.
Michael Endler
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8/27/2013 | 8:42:10 PM
re: LG Claims New Tablet Is 'Just Right'
We'll see about this "just right" business. The cost-to-performance bar has already been set so high by the Nexus in the 7-inch market, and Apple will eat up a lot of the premium sales once it releases an iPad Mini with Retina Display. Given how crowded it is in the tablet market, I guess in between screen sizes are one way to differentiate.


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