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Underpowered compared to other Android tablets
Like its larger sibling, the G Pad 10.1, the G Pad 8.0 has been forced to endure some compromises in order to hit its impressively low price point. The sluggish Snapdragon 400 chipset often struggles to keep up, and the overall experience is generally skittish.
However, the low-res screen is less of an issue on this model as the display size is smaller, making those blocky pixels less obvious. It's also impossible to deny that LG has done an excellent job with its customisation of the Android OS – the features it's introduced are genuinely useful, and the minor cosmetic cha... Full review
Might satisfy buyers looking for a tablet for home use
LG's G Pad 8.0 V480 is an 8-inch tablet where some compromises have to be made. Although the screen's resolution is high enough, some contenders have more to offer. Its performance is on par with many of its rivals, but they have been in the market for over one year now. The device could be a bit faster for its price of 199 Euros (~$253), and there is room for improvement particularly in the graphics performance. However, LG's tablet uses an up-to-date version of Google's Android and comes with some software bonuses that facilitate use considerably.
A big plus is found in the G P... Full review
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