In fact, Carphone Warehouse says the Optimus Pad is already in stock, although I doubt it will ship it right away if you order it now.
What’s really surprising (in a bad way) is the price Carphone asks for the new Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet: £799 (about $1,330). That’s way higher even than the price of the most expensive iPad (£659).
I’m pretty sure the price of the Optimus Pad will be lowered soon, so you may want to wait a bit before buying it.
Via Cool Smartphone
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