Here's the first look at LG's G-Slate tablet, gunning to be the best Android tablet by equipping a dual-core Tegra 2 chipset, 8.9-inch 3D display, 3D camera, and of course, Honeycomb. It also runs on T-Mobile's 21mbps HSPA+ network.
The 1GHz Tegra 2 chipset enables 720p HD and 3D content on the tablet, and the ability to output 1080p HD and 3D content to TVs and displays. The rear camera is a five-megapixel shooter capable of recording stereoscopic 3D video in 720p and regular video in 1080p. It's also worth noting that all 3D content displayed on the G-slate will require glasses, so it's not like the Nintendo 3DS.
The G-Slate also has a two-megapixel frontside camera for video conferencing, and 32 gigs of storage space. And, as with most tablets and smartphones these days, it also comes equipped with a gyroscope and accelerometer. T-Mobile and LG arenn't revealing pricing or exact release dates quite yet, but they say the G-Slate will be out this spring. Motorola Xoom, Blackberry Playbook, you might want to watch your backs.