Thanks to Spanish retailer ThePhoneHouse, we now have a pretty good picture of the offers associated to the latest tablets in Europe. Motorola Xoom is priced at 699 euros, in the 3G version, while the 3D LG Optimus Pad slate will cost a bit more, 849 euros. However, for this price you get 3D screen visualization and 3D capture with the aid of the back cameras.


Moving on to the lower price segment, ThePhoneHouse also lists the Asus Eee Pad Transformer, going for 399 EUR and the Acer Iconia Tab A100, priced at 349 EUR. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is lacking from the list sadly, but we’re sure that it’s been priced competitively in order to rival the Xoom and Optimus Pad.

Rumors also surfaced concerning the HP Opal slate (possibly the TouchPad), that is supposed to reach Europe on July 1st, if speculations are correct. Which one of these will you be buying? Or do you want to wait for the iPad 2?

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