LG announces three new G Pad tablets

LG has announced it will unveil three new G Pad tablets: the G Pad 7.0, G Pad 8.0 and the G Pad 10.1 at the MedPI technology show in Monaco this week.

The three tablets will add to LG's existing tablet offerings, which currently comprises just one model, the LG G Pad 8.3.

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LG has designed the G Pad 7.0 to be useable with just one hand for portability, and will be pitting itself against the Nexus 7.

The G Pad 8.0 aims to offer users an "immersive multimedia experience with smooth multitasking", while the G Pad 10.1 will come with the largest battery (and screen) and target those who who want a tablet for watching films and TV shows.

LG's proprietary UX will be present on all three models including features such as Knock Code and Q Pair 2.0, as seen on the flagship G2 and the curved G Flex phones.

Q Pair allows users to connect their tablet to their Android-powered smartphone and receive call and message notifications, with the ability to respond from the tablet.

Pricing and availability of the new LG G Pad line-up is expected to be announced shortly.

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by Max Langridge

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Max was a staff writer on What Hi-Fi? and subsequently spent a good few years writing news and features for various technology and hi-fi publications, before jumping on a plane in search of a more fruitful life in Australia. Now based in Byron Bay, he writes about tech, health, fitness and style.