LG Releases the LG G Pad X8.3

Tablets can be compared with smartphones because they are also compact and comfortable to carry on the road. Unfortunately, most tablets without a Wi-Fi connection can’t access the Internet, compared with smartphones. However, it looks like with the new tablet from LG, named LG G Pad X8.3, this problem will be solved.

This new device comes with a 4G LTE connection, which is a good thing to hear. Even if it looks like an average tablet, LG G Pad X8.3 has a unique 8.3-inch screen with a full USB port, stylus and an IR blaster. For customers who are not in search of a high-end tablet, like Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, this model might be the perfect choice.

LG G Pad X8.3 doesn’t come with an extraordinary design, lacks the cutting-edge feature, but is comfortable to use. Moreover, the IR blaster feature has the ability to transform this tablet into a remote control, while the USB port allows users to connect a flash driver filled with their favorite content.

The USB port is also very handy, because owners don’t need to fill up their internal storage or microSD card. Another interesting feature that is attached to the tablet is the stylus, which has the ability to make the navigation on the device much easier. Owners can use this stylus while they are browsing the WEB or just writing quick notes. 

However, the most significant feature on the new LG G Pad X8.3 is the 4G LTE cellular capability. Users can use Netflix wherever they have a cell signal or just surf the WEB and check their emails. As it was mentioned before, the LG G Pad X8.3 has a standard design, which is not very catchy.

This tablet is a reminiscent of the simple LG G Pad, but with flat edges. However, it is very comfortable to use and it is lightweight, featuring 13.02 ounces. Users will find on the top edge the IR blaster, microphone pinhole, full USB port and the headphone jack. Around the corner, there are placed the volume rocker, power button, and on the left side is the microSD card slot. At the bottom, users will find the micro-USB and the stylus.

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