Digital Life: Tablets in 3D
An interesting taste of things to come, maybe – 3D-compatible Tablets. In the post LG G-Slate makes video appearance: 3D, ports, more, SlashGear writes:
That means a proper look at the HDMI and microUSB ports on the bottom edge, along with the connectors for a docking station, together with the twin camera array on the rear. There’s also a brief show of the 3D playback mode in action, which confirms that it’s a basic anaglyphic system; LG’s bundled glasses will hopefully be a little more sturdy than the throwaway cardboard specs you used to get in movie theaters.
I came across this blog post recently and, while the video they cite has been pulled, I soon found the alternative video, above, on YouTube.
Prices for the G-Slate – aka the LG Optimus 3D – will be in the region of £515, when the device arrives on April 25. For the money, you reportedly get the glasses-free 3D screen, a dual 5-megapixel camera array, based on a Texas Instruments OMAP4430 (dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore).