Tuesday, May 31, 2011

LG Announces Plans for Android-Based Tablet

Then what is the best wide-angle lens on car black boxes? The answer is that it should be more than 120 degrees. It can record all the things happen around the headlight. If the wide-angle lens is too small, it only can record the front areas and can not record the left and right areas. We provide video evidence as police officer can. We are unable to predict what will happen in the next minute when we are driving. So the more information we can provide, the more helpful to ourselves. Wide-angle lens makes your driving safer. It is the guarantee for your third eye, car black box. LG Electronics plans to release an Android-based tablet computer by the fourth quarter, the company announced Monday.

The South Korea-based company said in a press release that it will use Google's open-source operating system but provided no pricing or technical details. The tablet is part of an upcoming line of about 10 smart devices and smartphones that the company plans to release by year's end, LG said.

The press release stated that the first tablet LG plans to release will be based on the Android operating system. It's unknown whether the new tablet will replace or compete with the UX10, a Windows 7-based tablet the company previewed at Computex 2010.

With the entry, LG will join a growing number of hardware makers using the open-source operating system for smarthphones and tablet PCs. Cisco Systems announced plans in late June for an Android-based tablet called Cisco Cius, which will retail for less than $1,000 and be geared toward business users.

LG also announced two smartphones--the LG Optimus One and LG Optimus Chic--that will run on Google's Android 2.2, also know as Froyo.

But nobody has deigned to put it altogether. It's like there aren't any companies out there who want to take the lead in the market except Apple. I hate Apple but damnit all if they don't put out a nice product... if only it wasn't a closed platform. That's it too! That's the only reason I don't buy Apple products. But I'll be damned if I'm gonna buy an inferior product either. The first one to do it, meaning put it all together and sell it to me, I'm all over it. But until then.... I'll stick with my separate devices. They do there jobs in there narrowly focused way better anyway!

Nice!! I have been waiting for an Android Tablet! There should be many manufactures so the competition will be great. Cant wait for a nice tablet with a camera, usb ports and a hdmi port to hook up the my HDTVs. Its great when you get a device that has standard usb ports and a standard HDMI port.

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