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Posted by: JB McMunn
« on: September 11, 2014, 20:19:33 »

The screen is not too dark. The algorithm that auto-adjusts is off. Just download one of the many screen brightness controller apps to override it and you're good to go. I cranked up the brightness to 100% and took it out into direct sun at noon on a 90-degree day and I could still read the screen.
Posted by: Mirek
« on: July 29, 2014, 15:17:00 »

The Autor, Florian Wimmer is wrong. The display resolution of G Pad V500 is 1920 x 1200 pixels, not 1920 x 1080. Thus the aspect ratio of the V500 is the usual 16:10 for Android tablets, not 16:9. I actually measured the active area of the LCD panel being 18 x 11,25 cm, which is exactly 16:10 aspect. Strangely, only Windows 8 based tablets use 16:9 format, thus conforming to the widescreen TV sets and TV movie production formats. Android world still tends to cling. to the 16:10. This format was previously used in PC graphics adapters and monitors until about 2007, and was replaced by 16:9 since then.
Posted by: speedyx
« on: January 16, 2014, 20:06:16 »

No slimport?
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: January 16, 2014, 05:58:25 »

Smartphone genes. LG promises that you will find many features of the LG G2 in the G Pad 8.3. The smartphone got a "very good" in our review at that time. Now we want to know how well the tablet derivative does.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-LG-G-Pad-8-3-Tablet.108906.0.html

 
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