LG to show off Honeycomb tablet at CES

We’re all trying to keep up with the Jones’, and this time that Jones is Samsung, and LG is doing it’s part to stay in the game.

According to techradar, LG will launch a new Android tablet at this year’s CES.  The Korea Times says that the tablet will be 8.9″ and will run Honeycomb (Android 3.0).  Previously, LG stated that they would be releasing a 2.2 tablet for Christmas, but now it seems that they pushed it back, and decided to wait until a different OS (like Honeycomb) was available to be more tablet-friendly. LG is apparently also going to show off the auto-steroscopic 3-D mobile displays, which would allow 3-D videos to be shown at a fast-pace.

Crazy stuff.  Tons of great things are headed our way at the CES.  Stay tuned as we bring you more info all about the CES!

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