So here's a question: what would make a tablet just right for you? Where should the balance be between power and portability, or performance and price?
Everyone's answer would probably be slightly different, but LG seems to think it has the closest thing to tablet perfection us mere mortals are likely to ever see, and it goes by the name of the LG G Pad 8.3.
That's the officially confirmed name of the LG slab we've been hearing quite a lot about lately, and which we're expecting to see unveiled at IFA 2013 next week.
LG has rolled out a voxpop-style street interview mashup, where a bunch of Everyday People talk about what they would want to see on the perfect tablet, and of course what they wouldn't want to see.
Check the clip out for yourself, but you probably won't be surprised to hear there isn't much by way of specifics or actual features mentioned, just the usual talk about portability, weight, HD screen, versatility and the like.
So we're left regurgitating G Pad 8.3 rumours we've heard previously to get an actual sense of what LG has up its sleeve – namely an 8.3in, 1920 x 1200-pixel display, a quad-core processor (likely a Snapdragon 800) and 2GB of RAM.
We should know more next week, when LG comes clean on how near to perfection (or far from it) its return to the tablet arena actually is.