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LG Electronics managed to release its G Pad III 10.1 in South Korea and it is believed to blow away its competition in terms of affordability. Sporting a full HD screen and 4G connectivity the South Korean tech giant’s device claims that this is the perfect option to bear in mind in terms of usability for reading and taking online classes which are a big thing there right now.

It has a larger screen than its predecessor, the G Pad III 8.0 that made its appearance in May 2016 and will also sport a stylus pen as of the first quarter of 2017. It will most likely be displayed in the Consumer Electronics Show.

One of its key features is its kickstand that can bend up to 70 degrees. This means that films and series are a charm to binge-watch. It can also be used as a picture frame, clock or calendar as it comes equipped with a time square UX.

It comes equipped with the latest version of Microsoft Office and the software allows users to pair their smartphones with this device in order to view their screens on the tablet.

This device will most likely fill up South Korean schools as LG stated they will begin a partnership with the education sector to develop apps in order for students to enjoy more tablet-focused learning materials thus increasing their productivity and learning patterns.

The LG G PAD III 10.1 has a full HD IPS display with a resolution of 1900 x 1200 pixels. It sports a 1.5GHz octa-core chip, weighs 510 grams and is powered by a large 6000 mAh battery. Regarding the costs it should come around at $360.