Monday, February 14, 2011

Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

from Engadget:

>>LG Optimus Pad first hands-on! (video)

>>LG Optimus 3D hands-on

>>LG Optimus Pad priced at €999 in Germany

>>SmartQ announces Ten, an Android tablet packing IPS display with piezoelectric touchscreen

But what really sells the Ten is its piezoelectric touchscreen, which supports multitouch input even with non-conductive objects like the old school styli. This means said tablet can achieve light transmittance similar to its capacitive touchscreen counterparts but using cheaper parts, as well as having point-input precision similar to those with resistive touchscreens but with better screen clarity. Alas, no date or price has been announced for the Ten just yet, nor do we know if it'll get Honeycomb in the future, but price it right and it might still get some love.

>>T-Mobile G-Slate hands-on: yep, it's an LG Optimus Pad

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