Jul 22 AT 7:35 PM Nick Sarafolean 6 Comments

LG G Pad 10.1 hits US market via Best Buy

LG G Pad 10.1

LG’s recently-launched G Pad 10.1 tablet is coming to the US market through Best Buy. The LG G Pad 10.1 is now available both online and in-stores from Best Buy for $249.99. While LG’s G Pad 8.3 is aimed at the higher end of the market, the G Pad 10.1 features more mid-range specs to keep it at a very acceptable price of just $249. The large size and low price makes it a great tablet for the family.

As a recap, the G Pad 10.1 features a 10.1-inch 1280×800 display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB storage and Android 4.4.2 KitKat. It may not be the most impressive tablet on the block but at just $250, it’s exceptionally well-priced. Let us know in the comments if you decide to pick one up!

Source: Best Buy

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  • pilot25

    U.G.L.Y – By this time in tablet lifecycles the bezels need to be much thinner. If this is where Android tablets are then I weep for the future.

    • Marissa

      better shop at Target, seedy bestbuy is often found in strange neighborhoods. My family shops at Target

  • Richard Yarrell

    No Thanks LG Galaxy Tab S 8.4 LTE for me…

    • snowbdr89

      Dick I’m sure lg will be very disappointed knowing that!!

  • dharr18

    I had a chance to play with this and the 7. Both are extremely responsive. LG did a very light skin on Android and very little bloatware. For the price, if you are looking at a 10 inch slab, this is an excellent option. The only real drawback is the resolution, but with it in hand you really can not notice the reduced resolution. This may actually be a plus as the battery will last longer with fewer pixels to push.

    As for the bezel, with larger tablets, i think a larger bezel is almost needed for somewhere to hold the tablet.

    I already own the 8.3, I really love the tablet. It is the perfect size for my use pattern. So no, I will not be buying neither the 10 nor the 7 for myself. But if the kids need a new one, the LG tabs have my attention.

    For $50 more, the NVIDIA Shield Tablet might be a more compelling purchase if you don’t mind an 8 inch tablet instead of 10.

  • Sir

    I am looking for a 10-incher at an affordable price. I will likely get one if the resolution is acceptable after checking it out in a store.

  1. pilot25Guest 9 months ago

    U.G.L.Y – By this time in tablet lifecycles the bezels need to be much thinner. If this is where Android tablets are then I weep for the future.

    • MarissaGuest 9 months ago

      better shop at Target, seedy bestbuy is often found in strange neighborhoods. My family shops at Target

  2. No Thanks LG Galaxy Tab S 8.4 LTE for me…

  3. I had a chance to play with this and the 7. Both are extremely responsive. LG did a very light skin on Android and very little bloatware. For the price, if you are looking at a 10 inch slab, this is an excellent option. The only real drawback is the resolution, but with it in hand you really can not notice the reduced resolution. This may actually be a plus as the battery will last longer with fewer pixels to push.

    As for the bezel, with larger tablets, i think a larger bezel is almost needed for somewhere to hold the tablet.

    I already own the 8.3, I really love the tablet. It is the perfect size for my use pattern. So no, I will not be buying neither the 10 nor the 7 for myself. But if the kids need a new one, the LG tabs have my attention.

    For $50 more, the NVIDIA Shield Tablet might be a more compelling purchase if you don’t mind an 8 inch tablet instead of 10.

  4. SirGuest 9 months ago

    I am looking for a 10-incher at an affordable price. I will likely get one if the resolution is acceptable after checking it out in a store.