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LG has also posted a new video showcasing its upcoming Android Wear-based G Watch

For those already familiar with LG’s G Pad Android tablets, you know that the South Korean electronic giant already makes available it G Pad 8.3. While the G Pad 8.3 strikes a nice balance between smaller 7” and larger 10.1” tablets, LG isn’t content with providing a “one size fits all” solution.

 
So today, LG has announced three new models to the family that include 7”, 8”, and 10.1” G Pads. All three of the tablets will feature QPair 2.0 (software which pairs via Bluetooth with your smartphone and provides incoming call/messages notifications on your tablet) and Knock Code (allows users to power and on and unlock their tablets by “knocking” on the display in a pattern of two to eight taps).
 
Pricing, availability, and specifications for the new G Pad 7, G Pad 8, and G Pad 10 haven’t been presented at this time, but LG promised to provide details in the coming weeks.


 
In other LG news, the company has posted a teaser video that showcases its upcoming G Watch that runs Google’s Android Wear mobile operating system. Like the new G Pads, full specifications aren’t available at this time, but the G Watch will features a metal body that is water- and dust-resistant and can last all day on a single charge.

Sources: LG [1], [2]





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RE: G Watch
By retrospooty on 5/12/2014 5:10:34 PM , Rating: 2
"including the iFive mini4 ($199) - which is the first 8-inch Android tablet on the market with a retina-quality, 2048x1536 display"

What? The Nexus line and many other have had higher than "retina quality" displays for a long time now. The Nexus 10 and a bunch of others are at 2560x1600 and the Nexus 7 and a bunch of other in that size range are at 1920x1200 - all of the above are higher density than "retina"

But those prices do look good for thos specs...


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