Gigaom Review: T-Mobile G-Slate Shows Promise (In 3D!)

Giagom: Given the early state of Honeycomb, T-Mobile offers a solid hardware package in the G-Slate, which should get better as Android matures on tablets. Since the 8.9-inch slate doesn’t fit in a pocket and weighs as much as an iPad 2, some may opt to just go for a larger tablet. However, folks within T-Mobile’s HSPA+ coverage areas will find much to like, provided they don’t mind waiting for Google’s software to catch up to the G-Slate’s capable hardware.

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