Posts Tagged ‘Tablet’

LG Launch 3 new G Pad’s

June 12th, 2014 by LG Blog UK
 
Following the unveiling of three new G Pad tablets in May, LG Electronics (LG) today announced the launch of the new tablets, starting with the G Pad 7.0 rolling out in Europe this week, followed by the G Pad 8.0 and G Pad 10.1 over the next several weeks. The three new G Pad devices offer just the right balance of performance, personality and price to fill the gap between entry and premium tablets. All three tablets will offer a 1.2 GHz Quad-Core processor, 1GB RAM and a True IPS HD display (1280 x 800), housed in a stylish and ergonomic...
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Introducing the LG Tab-Book

February 19th, 2013 by LG Blog UK
 
LG Electronics (LG) will be showcasing its own interpretation of a tablet-notebook hybrid device at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. Equipped with Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology for a high speed internet experience, this powerful tablet and notebook hybrid allows users to connect to the internet, regardless of where they are. Thanks to its hidden slide-out physical keyboard, the Tab-Book is more functional than a conventional tablet, offering greater productivity when it comes to creating documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Running Windows 8 on Intel Core i5, the slim and light Tab-Book features a precise 5-point multi-touch screen and a...
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Tablets and TVs – the Future of Interaction

February 10th, 2011 by LG Blog UK
 
A recent OfCom report suggested that these days 17% of TV viewing is taking place alongside other media formats. For us, keeping tabs with friends on Facebook, tweeting commentary about Have I Got News for You, finishing off a report for tomorrow’s deadline or browsing the web, the notion of watching TV feels like the norm. Most of the time though, these activities are not naturally connected however it seems likely that the next step is that tablets as well as smart phones are moving toward a natural position when enriching our TV viewing experience. But what will that experience look...
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Google Introduce Android 3.0 Honeycomb

February 3rd, 2011 by LG Blog UK
 
Yesterday Google held a conference from their Californian headquarters officially unveiling their new Android 3.0 OS – Honeycomb, their first OS designed with tablets in mind. The buzz (gettit) ahead of the event has been expectant as developers and consumers both look for the right OS to allow tablet technology to live up to its potential. So did we get the OS we have been waiting for?? Homescreen The obvious starting point is to discuss the homescreen and how this differs from the previous incarnations of the Android OS. Well, there is no denying it is certainly tailored to a larger screen...
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Mobile World Congress 2011

January 31st, 2011 by LG Blog UK
 
We have barely had time to wipe the sweat from our brow after the hard work before and during CES 2011, but already MWC 2011 is fast approaching. Kicking off in Barcelona on the 14th of February, Mobile World Congress is the biggest event in the mobile technology calendar. First appearing on the technology calendar in 1987 when holding your mobile phone to your ear was a test of strength and endurance, Mobile World Congress called Cannes home until 2006 when it relocated to Barcelona. The reason behind this move may have something to do with the leg-aching 365,000m2 of...
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LG Application Store – coming soon to the UK

July 9th, 2010 by LG Blog UK
 
The newly revamped LG App store is currently available across Asia and Australia, but the good news is that the LG applications store is coming soon! The app store opened with 1400 apps covering everything from games to education, finance to travel, with the number having risen steadily since the app store launch. LG UK customers will soon have access to apps including The Sims 3, Worms 2010 and of course Solitaire. For the more practical minded of you there are also cooking apps, language translators and visitor guides to numerous cities internationally amongst a whole host of other great apps. Owners...
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