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T-Mobile teases 3D capability (on LG G-Slate, probably) in the vaguest possible way

Chris Ziegler
February 1, 2011
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The rumors about 3D support on LG's G-Slate tablet (both recording and viewing) have reached a dull roar in recent days, and a little teaser just posted on T-Mobile's official Facebook account certainly isn't going to do anything to quell the trend. The simple clipart image of some old-school red / blue anaglyphic glasses pretty much says everything you need to know -- that there's something 3D in store from these guys -- and the Honeycomb-powered G-Slate is the only thing in T-Mobile's immediate future that we know has had 3D rumors attached to it. Any other solid theories out there?

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