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LG Optimus V900

alaTest has collected and analyzed 40 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the size and battery. The design and performance are also mentioned favorably. Many are critical about the energy efficiency and sound.

screen, performance, design, battery, size

price, sound, energy

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the LG Optimus V900 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Review LG V900 Optimus Pad Tablet/MID


1, 2, or 3D? LG highlights innovations with the V900 Optimus Pad.

3D video recording; Good viewing angles; Handy size; Brilliant colors / contrast

No memory expansion possible; Device heats up noticeably; High-gloss display surface; Comparatively poor digicams; Lacking support of video / audio formats; Few preinstalled apps; Slow USB port; No 3D glasses

Apart from the battery life, we were surprised about the IPS display with its good viewing angles.

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LG Optimus Pad im Test: 8,9-Zoll-Tablet mit 3D-Kamera & Honeycomb


Mit seinem 8,9-Zoll-Display wagt sich das LG Optimus Pad größentechnisch ins Mittelfeld der Android-Tablets. Die Konkurrenz sticht es mit einer überdurchschnittlich umfangreichen Ausstattung inklusive HDMI-Port und Stereo-Kameras für 3D-Aufnahmen aus....

hervorragendes Display, gute Ausstattung inklusive HDMI-Ausgang, Stereo-Kamera für 3D-Videoaufnahmen

sehr teuer, 3D-Funktion mangels Brille und autostereoskopischem Display nur eingeschränkt nützlich, weder Speicherkartenslot noch USB-Port

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LG Optimus Pad


The LG Optimus Pad is a brand new tablet that runs on Android 3.0 and features dual cameras which allow 3D video to be shot. The design of the tablet is very wide and can be awkward to use if you are used to more traditionally shaped tablets. The...


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LG Optimus Pad


LG Optimus Pad is another Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet with NVidia's Tegra2 dual-core processor. In addition, it also comes with an 8.9-inch 1280x768 pixels capacitive touchscreen, HSPA and WiFi connectivity, 5-megapixel camera on the back which is...

Verizon 4G LTE network is incredibly fast, 32GB microSD card included, Integrated kickstand works in portrait and landscape

Battery life is among the worst we�ve ever seen, No 4G LTE power toggle option, Kickstand in landscape orientation blocks microUSB port

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LG Optimus Pad / T-Mobile G-Slate Tablet Review


Good hardware design, Fast data speeds, Solid camera with 3D capabilities, Good battery life

On the expensive side, Few tablet-aware apps available, 3D video viewing requires old-school glasses

I've been using a Motorola Xoom on a daily basis since before it was available for purchase, so I'm pretty familiar with Android Honeycomb and its quirks. And while the T-Mobile G-Slate could use slightly improved reception, I like it, as a whole, much...

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LG Optimus Pad preview: The LG Optimus Pad comes with an 8.9in touchscreen and a built-in 3D camera


LG has attempted to distinguish the Optimus Pad from the wealth of 7in and 10in Android tablets by using a 8.9in touchscreen display. It is the world's first tablet with a built-in 3D camera.

3D camera, 8.9in capacitive touchscreen, records 1080p HD video, HDMI-out, Android 3.0 Honeycomb

Requires glasses to view 3D content, no confirmed Australian release

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LG Optimus Pad review


Good screen for watching movies, Honeycomb, 3G connectivity, 3D camera

Heavy, Expensive

3D is very much an industry led thing at the moment and the Pad taps into that without really committing. The 3D recording and playback is fun, but we doubt you’ll use it unless you’re a hardened 3D fan. It’s a shame because the 3D experience on the...

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LG Optimus Pad review


Until recently there was only one serious option if you wanted a full-size tablet, but with the arrival of the tablet-specific Android Honeycomb OS, now the iPad has some real competition.  The LG Optimus Pad joins the charge led by the Motorola Xoom...

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LG Optimus Pad V900


The tablet market is beginning to get rather crowded right now. The release of the iPad 2 was quickly followed by Android 3 offerings from Motorola, Acer and Asus, then BlackBerry and HP pitched in with proprietary offerings, and recently Samsung has...

A solid tablet, but its 3D video features and slightly smaller size aren't worth paying such a huge premium for

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LG Optimus Pad review -


Intuitive, tablet-friendly OS, great email and web features, nice design touches for one-handed use

Expensive, 3D feature needs to be used with glasses or 3D TV