The LG G-Slate that was introduced to the world at CES (then seemingly disappeared) has been further detailed by T-Mobile. The impressive Honeycomb-based tablet will be a direct competitor to the Motorola XOOM when it's made available this spring.
On-board the device will boast a NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor which will power Android 3.0 Honeycomb, 32GB of internal storage, gyroscope and an accelerometer. The main feature of the device will be its set of on-board cameras. On the back, the tablet sports stereoscopic rear-facing cameras - one of these will serve as a 5MP still camera with flash for capturing shots with the device. On the front you'll find a 2MP camera for video chat over T-Mobile's HSPA+ and WiFi networks. Also supported is the output of 1080p video playback from its built-in HDMI port.
The device will ship "this spring," but pricing has yet to be determined. But, if we know anything about tablets, we can expect it to be somewhere near the Motorola XOOM.