LG will release its first tablet, dubbed the G-Slate, in the United States in March, the company announced. The G-Slate will be based on Honeycomba.k.a. Android 3.0, a special branch of Android OS designed specifically for tablet computers. It’ll have an 8.9-inch screen, a dual-core 1 GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 CPU, 32 GB of internal memory, two cameras (5 megapixels on the back and 2 megapixels on the front), LED flash and HD (1080p) video as well as stereoscopic 3D recording capability. The device will also have Wi-Fi and (on T-Mobile) HSPA+ connectivity, HDMI, a built-in gyroscope, accelerometer and adaptive lighting. The precise release date and the pricing for the G-Slate have not yet been revealed, but we expect to hear more details at the Mobile World Congress, which is held February 14 to 17 in Barcelona.