According to TheNextWeb, LG is unveiling a 3D tablet, and it is heading for the Indian market in June.
The tablet is called the Optimus Pad and it is the first 3D tablet mentioned so far in the tablet market. The price point, mentioned by TheNextWeb, will range somewhere from $679 to $900 or in Indian currency between Rs 30,000 and Rs 40,000.
it is strange such an interesting tablet. is launching only in India, but lets hope the tablet will see a global release shortly thereafter.
According to CNET, the tablet will be Android based and will have an 8.9″ display.
“The display has a 1280×768 WXGA resolution in widescreen while a 1GHz dual core Nvidia’s Tegra 2 processor the Optimus Pad from the inside. You also get 1080p HD video decoding and HDMI support will let you share your 3D video with TVs. Unlike the Optimus 3D, though, you do need glasses to watch 3D video on the tablet. And as part of the Optimus Pad announcement, LG has a established a partnership with YouTube, which will let Optimus Pad owners quickly upload 3D videos for sharing.”
CNET also mentioned LG’s plans to ship it in the U.S. market but did not disclose an exact date.