Verizon Now Offers LG G Pad 7.0 and 10.1, Discounts Available With Two-Year Contracts

Low-priced Android tablets are a dime a dozen. Case in point? The LG G Pad 7.0 and G Pad 10.1. As is typical for devices of their class, the hardware is middling, but the price is right. This happens to be a category wireless carriers seem to pounce on. Verizon announced today that it will be carrying LTE variants of the G Pad 7.0 and G Pad 10.1 “in time for the holidays.” (more…)

LG G Pad 7.0 LTE Available for $0.01 Through AT&T When Bundled With G2, G3, or G Flex

Starting August 8, AT&T will be the first carrier in the US with LG’s newest tablet, the G Pad 7.0 LTE. If a new tablet and new phone have been on your list, then the carrier’s deal should be somewhat enticing, as customers can bundle a G2, G3, or G Flex smartphone with the tablet, bringing the price of the G Pad 7.0 to just $0.01.  (more…)

LG Announces Availability for New G Pad Tablets, Begins in Europe Starting Next Week

Back in early May, LG announced a new G Pad lineup, consisting of three tablets – the G Pad 7.0, G Pad 8.0, and G Pad 10.1. However, following LG’s new-found philosophy of announcing devices then giving no release date, we had no idea when to expect the tablets to arrive in the US. And technically, we still don’t.

LG announced European availability this morning, stating that buyers in Europe can pick up a G Pad 7.0 beginning next week, with G Pad 8.0 and G Pad 10.1 availability coming in the next few weeks. But still, no official word on a US launch from the manufacturer.  (more…)

LG Announces Three New G Pad Tablets

This evening, shortly before posting a new promo video for the G Watch, LG also announced three new tablets to its G Pad line – the G Pad 7.0, 8.0, and 10.1. All three tablets will be officially unveiled May13-16 at MedPI 2014, a European tech show.

These new tablets are joining the G Pad 8.3 to provide new options for tablets users who want choices in size. No specs have been given, but all include LG’s proprietary UX with features like QPair and Knock Code.

As you can imagine, the 7.0 is a 7-inch tablet that is made for one-handed use. The 8.0 is a mid-sized tablet with an “immersive multimedia experience.” The 10.1 is the big dog, a tablet that provides “endless hours of entertainment and fun.” And that is all we know. (more…)