Summary: So far this is more trouble than it's worth. Can read newspapers (eg. local Arizona Republic, New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal) relatively well, and receive/send emails. However, that's not what I got it for - wanted to convert text to pdf and more that pdf to computer.
Summary: First let's get the negatives out of the way... Lousy speakers and LTE Only - Minus one star. I wish the screen were a little brighter in broad daylight, but tablets seem to all be afflicted with that. Other than that, a very nice tablet.
Excerpt: The tablet is basically am amazing piece of cake with a hell lot of amazing features. It is fairly responsive and fluid UI. Sound it good. Battery life is also fairly ok. The camera really sucks it is not upto the mark and also the DISPLAY is not so bright. Although its FHD still its very DIM.
Pros: Display, Build quality, Nice UI, Fast and Responsive, Adreno 320
Summary: 1. Overall Very happy with the LG G Pad. Size is great. Not too big and not too small. Screen to very responsive. Easy to move from app to app. Has a drop screen from the top that allows me to opt int and out of tablet functions, quick memo, qslide, sound, wi-fi, rotation, location and blue tooth,...