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LG Optimus Pad (2011, V900)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 126 reviews of LG Optimus Pad (2011, V900). The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the battery and camera. The portability and screen also get good opinions, but there are some negative reviews about the storage and durability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the LG Optimus Pad (2011, V900) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Hannah Bouckley (

LG Optimus Pad review


The LG Optimus Pad is here and ready to take on the bad boys. And with its dual 5-megapixel 3D camera, it could very well jump ahead of the pack

We really like the LG Optimus Pad: it’s quick, portable and intuitive to use. However while we applaud LG for striking out and including a feature as unique as 3D, it won’t have universal appeal and it is bound to push up the price. LG has yet to...

Sep, 2011

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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...

Jun, 2011

Expert review by : Stuart Miles (

LG Optimus Pad


What is the right size for a tablet? 9.7-inches? What about 7-inches, or maybe 8.9-inches? If you're struggling to answer that question, don't worry, tablet makers are too, and so we have the latest challenger to Honeycomb tablet market: the LG Optimus...

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...

May, 2011

Expert review by : Chris Hall (

LG Optimus Pad hands-on - Pocket-lint


The LG Optimus Pad is essentially the T-Mobile G-Slate, but for the rest of the world, following the launch of the latter device at CES 2011. Fast forward

Feb, 2011

Expert review by : James Rivington (

LG Optimus Pad review


The world's first tablet to come armed with a 3D camera

Android 3.0 works a treat ; It's quick and responsive ; Records 3D video ; Plenty of options and help for recording 3D ; 5MP stills camera is good ; Polaris Office included

Ludicrously expensive ; It's fat and heavy ; No 3D screen ; Still not many Android 3.0 apps ; Plasticky build

The LG Optimus Pad has been a long time coming.

Apr, 2011

Expert review by : Barry de la Rosa (

LG Optimus Pad review


It may be able to shoot 3D video, but for this price we'd expect a 3D display

Aug, 2011

Expert review by : Mat Smith (

LG Optimus Pad Preview


The LG Optimus Pad will be their first entry into the Android tablet market, with a similarly specced, but differently named, T-Mobile G Slate doing the business in the US. The Optimus Pad carries an…

Feb, 2011

Expert review by : Mat Smith (

LG Optimus Pad Review


"Optimus Pad carries an 8.9-inch touchscreen, that's full HD ready. It'll be able to record in 3D, and has Android 3.0."

LG say they'll be shipping to “local markets” in March 2011, and are hoping the 3D magic will be unique enough to make the Optimus Pad stand out from an ever-crowded tablet market.

Feb, 2011

Expert review by : Mobile Choice UK (

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

Jun, 2011

Expert review by : Simon Thomas (

LG Optimus Pad review


A completely usable Honeycomb tablet but the absence of a 3D screen detracts from the 3D camcorder feature, which will only appeal to diehard 3D fans and early adopters

Cons: ; Pricey, 3D content can only be viewed using glasses or on a 3D TV

Verdict ; : A completely usable Honeycomb tablet but the absence of a 3D screen detracts from the 3D camcorder feature, which will only appeal to diehard 3D fans and early adopters

There are two ways to look at the LG Optimus Pad - as an ordinary Android Honeycomb tablet, or as a 3D-recording tablet. We reckon it actually performs better as an ordinary tablet, thanks to its very user friendly Honeycomb OS. It’s just a shame that...

May, 2011

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