The G-Slates 8.9-inch screen fits somewhere between 7-inch tablets such as Research In Motions newly released Playbook and the 9.7-inch iPad.
Two Cameras, Three Dimensions
The G-Slate also comes with a pair of stereoscopic cameras capable of capturing 3D footage.
The G-Slate runs Google Android 3.0 (codenamed Honeycomb), optimized for the tablet form-factor.
Like previous Android builds, Honeycomb offers grids of individual apps. The system emphasizes multitasking.
Also like the smartphone versions of Android, Honeycomb gives the user a handful of customizable home screens to swipe through (and modify).
Although its total number of apps lags behind that of Apples App Store, the Android Marketplace is growing rapidly.
The G-Slates music interface.
The G-Slates camera in 3D mode.
The G-Slates regular camera interface.
Yes, theres Angry Birds. Who needs multitasking, a stable OS or apps when you can use your expensive tablet to hurl a squawking bird at a pig?
Users can connect their G-Slate to a television to stream video content.
The G-Slates 1GHz Nvidia Tegra dual-core processor makes it feel fast and responsive.