LG, which is all set to launch a new tablet at the IFA consumer electronics show has released a teaser trailer of the device on YouTube. The tablet market is dominated by devices from Apple, Samsung and other manufacturers. LG will hope to end their domination with its new device.
The video does not give the viewers a glimpse of the device but it does shed some light as to what they can expect in terms of design and features of the device. The company wants to show the consumers that the feedback from the end users has been taken into account while designing the tablet. Multiple consumers who use tablet devices are seen sharing their experience about their use of tablet devices.
The prominent problem highlighted by the people in the video is that a tablet cannot be too big to carry around. The users said that they would leave their big tablet device back home for their children and family to enjoy. Users watching the video expect the device to be about 8 inches, which seems why it is called G Pad 8.3 in the video.
The other expectation of the people featured in the video is that it has to be "quick" and it has to be small. A good processor with sufficient RAM can make the device quick, currently the 8 inch tablets from Google and Samsung have 1 GB and 1.5 GB RAM respectively. A sleek design with a 2 GB RAM can be a very attractive from LG.
The other point covered by the video is that of connectivity to the other devices like a computer or smart TV.
If LG is able to deliver a sleek, portable, fast and powerful 8 inch tablet, it is sure to make an impact at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin. Samsung and Sony are also reportedly launching their own devices before the big event. The IFA consumer electronics show is turning out to be quite the arena, according to analysts, as major companies announce their new computing devices around the same time as the event.