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LG Optimus Pad confirmed for MWC 2011; T-Mobile G-Slate has a 6400 mAh battery

UnWiredReview: Looking with envy at the US-bound T-Mobile G-Slate and wonder whether or not we’ll ever see it in the rest of the world?

Worry no more. LG has now confirmed that it would launch the LG Optimus Pad at MWC 2011 in Barcelona.

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LG Optimus Pad 2: Possible Release Date and Specs On Korea Next Year

Techgadgetsreview: The successor to the LG Optimus Pad (currently known as Optimus Pad 2) might be fitted with 4G LTE connectivity. See more of its updated specs and features.

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Motorola Xoom, LG Optimus Pad, Acer Iconia A100, and ASUS Eee Pad get Euro retailer pricing

Engadget: The Carphone Warehouse, known under the brand name of Phone House across Europe, has revealed its future pricing for a quartet of Android Honeycomb tablets in the latest version of its device catalog. The 7-inch Acer Iconia A100 scoops the prize for being most affordable with a €349 sticker, while the 10-inch Xoom's €699 price is confirmed and the 8.9-inch Optimus Pad gets its lowest pricing yet, at a still unaffordable €849.

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michass84731d ago

What, so in US you can get Xoom for $599 = €422.
Whoever set up the price for the Europe probably used the wrong currency converter, setting it up at €699 :/ this is ridiculous... very unfair... and getting it from US will be too expensive with taxes and post charges...

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LG Optimus Pad listed on Amazon.de for a slightly less crazy €899

Engadget: Shortly after our first hands-on encounter with LG's Optimus Pad, we came across a press release from the company announcing the price for its 8.9-inch Android Honeycomb tablet in Germany: €999 ($1,380). We rubbed our eyes and pinched our cheeks, but we weren't dreaming -- that's LG's recommended retail price, alright. Now Amazon has listed its pre-order page for the same slinky slate, though it's sagely opted to chop €100 off and offer it up at €899.

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