T-Mobile G-Slate

The T-Mobile G-Slate is the second tablet to run Google's Android OS 3.0 or Honeycomb.
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T-Mobile G-Slate

Not much has changed since we last saw Honeycomb on the Xoom. The G-Slate is a Google experience tablet, so that's not surprising.
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T-Mobile G-Slate

The G-Slate has an 8.9-inch screen. It's smaller than the Xoom's, but probably won't fit into most pockets.
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It takes two cameras to form a 3D one. It's watching you do things...in 3D!
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Two speakers line the right side.
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Here you can see the volume rocker, and if you squint, the microphone pinhole.
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T-Mobile G-Slate

The power/lock button, another speaker, the headphone jack, and power adapter slot are on the left side.
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Mini-USB and mini-HDMI (not micro-HDMI).
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Size comparison: G-Slate (top), iPad 2 (left), and Xoom (right).
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That silver plate in the middle? Not a kickstand. Sorry.
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Red-and-blue anaglyph 3D glasses.
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In this photo I am both the alpha and the omega.
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