LG Optimus Pad tablet could be considered one of the most expensive on the market, but not for long. LG would be thinking of reducing the selling price to 599 euros for the 32GB version.
LG Optimus Pad, the first tablet with a 3D camera on the market, was officially launched in Italy in mid-May at a price of 899 euros. The cost, since the first rumors circulated on the Internet, has raised criticisms and doubts about the commercial success of this interesting tablet. Although it has, in fact, a powerful and updated technical data, but also with innovative features like the ability to record video with 3D dual cam, LG Optimus Pad could be penalized for its high market price.
For this reason, LG would be thinking of a new placement rate of the tablet in France and perhaps in Europe too. Currently priced at 899 euros, LG Optimus Pad has a 8.9-inch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels, Nvidia Tegra 2 platform and 3-D camera to record movies in three dimensions. The operating system is Android Honeycomb 3.0. The connectivity includes a USB 2.0 port, WiFi 802.11n and Bluetooth 3.0, 3G UMTS and GPS.
Obviously, these specifications were not enough to convince customers to purchase or to justify the high price of sale. LG should therefore, in short, more accessible price of the 32GB version and € 599 by switching to 3G.