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LG Says Its Tablet Will Be “Surprisingly Productive”

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LG’s vice president of marketing Chang Ma, in an interview with the Wall St. Journal says that LG’s tablet, scheduled to debut later this year, is going to focus on the ability to create content and not just consume it. According to Ma, “It’s going to be surprisingly productive.” That’s obviously a nod to and against where LG sees the competition and that’s spelled iPad. It looks like the LG Tablet will be running Android and plans on using NVidia’s Dual Core processor.

The Tablet info comes in an interview where Ma is talking about LG’s smart/super phone plans, admitting that LG is late to the game, but they plan on being very aggressive when they start rolling out devices later this year. LG’s estimates are being called conservative, but then Ma says “the race hasn’t started yet.” I think he just started it.

Via Electronista

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6 Comments

  1. HG

    08/19/2010 at 5:22 pm

    This would good. I still use my iPad, on a daily basis and can get a good amount of work done.

  2. ChrisRS

    08/19/2010 at 7:34 pm

    For productivity, I would prefer Windows over Android.

  3. MP

    08/19/2010 at 9:06 pm

    I still can’t imagine using a tablet device without having access to a pen. My iPad sits gathering dust since it is so unproductive for me day to day.

    • Roger J

      08/20/2010 at 1:22 pm

      MP: I agree 110%, my ideal next tablet will be the size and not too different weight of the iPad, but with Windows 7 tablet experience PLUS, WITH a pen.

  4. everbrave

    08/20/2010 at 12:18 pm

    I tried many, but for me, this is the best note take application. It takes me back to the Newton style of note taking (or ritePen).

  5. Bern

    08/25/2010 at 2:47 am

    Let the race begin and let`s hope that LG is all that it promises to be. I just wished it used Windows 7 instead of Andriod .

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