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Last week, a new Android contender arrived in the U.S. market that aims to be different in three major ways. It's the G-Slate, built by Korean electronics giant LG and sold by T-Mobile.

Walt Mossberg Review

The G-Slate uses Google's standard Honeycomb software—the version of Android especially created for tablets—and is the first Honeycomb tablet in the U.S. to offer 4G cellular data speeds and 3-D video creation and viewing. It sports a screen size—8.9 inches—that falls between the 10-inch dimension of the iPad and the Motorola Xoom, and the 7-inch dimension used by the Samsung Galaxy Tab and the Research in Motion PlayBook.
Bottom line: The G-Slate isn't as good a tablet as the iPad 2. I'd only recommend it for people who want the higher cellular speeds, or who prefer Android.
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