LG G Pad 8.3 now just $224.99

A high-end 8.3-inch tablet that’s cheaper than a Nexus 7? Yes, that’s exactly what we’re talking about here. The last deal we saw for LG’s G Pad 8.3 got its price down to $249.99, which was excellent, but now there’s an even better offer out there. In fact, you can get LG’s tablet for only $224.99, five dollars cheaper than the equivalent Nexus 7 – which is smaller.

So if you’ve always felt that a 7-inch tablet would be just a bit too tiny, but a 10-incher would be huge, perhaps the LG G Pad 8.3 is the perfect fit for you. Most of its specs are incredibly similar to the Nexus 7, but it sports a premium finish and it has a microSD card slot too, for expanding its internal storage. The only downside to the G Pad 8.3 is that it still runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, which is now two versions behind the latest that Google has to offer for the Nexus 7.


Still, if you don’t care about software support, the G Pad is great, especially for that low, low price. So what do you have to do to get it so cheap? Well, go to Newegg, add one to your cart, and then use the promo code EMCPHHC28. After applying that, like magic, the price will drop down to $224.99.

Via Android Police

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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  • UnderpantsZenana94

    looks like a beautiful gadget, but isnt it just the same as all the others(mostly) we need some new and origional products! then again.. maybe we’ve gotten to the end of the line in this area! http://goo.gl/1oWxxM

  • UnderpantsZenana94

    looks like a beautiful gadget but isnt it just that? the same as the one before it? http://tinyurl.com/o4z7or4

  • Daren Ferreira

    Yes, and your 286 PC is the same as the most recent PC..

    Technology advances quick, and while I don’t agree with the idea of buying the newest thing each time there are many innovations being made that would cause one to consider an upgrade 2 or 3 years into ownership of a decent tablet. For example, my wife has had her nexus 7 for a year and a half or so. She’s ready for an upgrade as the Nexus 7 she has does not have the rear facing camera and this drivers her nuts. It’s not a necessity right now, so she will wait for a while and when her current tablet gets slow or glitchy we’ll reload the OS and if that doesn’t help she’ll get the best on the market at that time so it is snappy enough to keep up with any application that comes out for at least 3 years.

    There are many reasons people would hang up their old device for the new one, and to suggest this isn’t any big deal means you’d prefer technology doesn’t advance.
    Computers the size of refrigerators with less power than my phone isn’t a place i want to return to.