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LG Confirms G Pad, G2 Smartphone's Big Brother
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anon2561962704
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9/4/2013 | 3:36:45 PM
re: LG Confirms G Pad, G2 Smartphone's Big Brother
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TeresaW521
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9/4/2013 | 3:13:51 AM
re: LG Confirms G Pad, G2 Smartphone's Big Brother
Another tablet to launch this month with some great features is the Pipo M7 Pro ($255) -- which packs in a solid device with a competitive price and compares to the new Nexus 7, while offering a larger 8.9 inch 1900X1200 PLS display (Samsung technology), along with Quad Core performance with a Rockchip 3188/1.6 GHz processor /2GB Ram; also featured is built-in GPS navigation, MicroSD memory, premium dual speakers, a 6300 mAh battery, Dual WiFi (2.4/5.0 GHz), Bluetooth, Dual Cameras, and the option to use standard Android 4.2.2 O/S or a user-friendly Windows style interface; and a 3G HSPA+ edition is also available for slightly more --

One source with more details is --T ab l e t S p r i n t-- which also features a few other new models worth reviewing to be released later this month.
Thomas Claburn
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9/3/2013 | 8:51:55 PM
re: LG Confirms G Pad, G2 Smartphone's Big Brother
A fourth quarter release seems a bit late. Google's Nexus 7 is already selling well, at least as reported by Amazon.com.
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9/3/2013 | 7:18:44 PM
re: LG Confirms G Pad, G2 Smartphone's Big Brother
I was surprised at the number of CIOs I saw carrying phablets at a recent event. There is appetite for mini-tablets, phablets or whatever we end up calling this in-between size. Personally I have come to depend more on an iPad Mini than I envisioned.
Michael Endler
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9/3/2013 | 3:51:30 PM
re: LG Confirms G Pad, G2 Smartphone's Big Brother
It'll really depend how they price this thing. If Apple comes out guns blazing with the new iPad Mini, it's going to eat up a lot of luxury segment sales almost by default. I'd be surprised if Apple has the hubris to leave a sub-retina screen in the Mini-- not when cheaper tablets are offering such high resolutions. If Apple behaves as expected, it will force tablets like this one to distinguish on price. LG's putting some interesting software in its devices these days, which might eventually lead to some differentiation. But that's still in early stages, and in the meantime, I think price will be the key. Given that this tablet isn't coming right away, I suspect LG is waiting to see how some competing products end up priced.


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