Android Honeycomb-Powered Tablet Coming to T-Mobile

Joining the flood of tablets announced at CES 2011 is the G-Slate, an Android-powered tablet jointly announced by LG and T-Mobile at CES on Wednesday. This new tablet is called the G-Slate, and is expected to ship later this year.

We don't yet know too much about this tablet, but we do know that it'll ship with Honeycomb--also known as Android 3.0, an upcoming version of the OS that is designed especially for tablets. And it'll ship with support for T-Mobile's HSPA+ mobile broadband network (T-Mobile considers HSPA+ a 4G network, though there is debate as to what should be considered "4G").

T-Mobile and LG aren't yet disclosing much beyond that, so for now we're left to guess. What would you expect to see in this tablet? Sound off with your best guesses in the comments.

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