Beginning today, the Tablet S today starts at $399 for the 16gb model and $499 for the 32gb model, undercutting iPad 2 products with a full Benjamin. Sony is additionally hurling in 5 free PlayStation Classic titles, 180 days of the Music Unlimited service, along with ‘tokens’ and downloads free of charge from the Video Unlimited store.
The price cut, may very well be too little far too late for Sony’s tablet products – especially when it appears to have been intentionally moved into a position following the holiday shopping season. Evaluations have discovered the Tablet S being well-designed, yet in any other case a reasonably standard Android tablet. Months from now, Tablet S from and dual-screen Tablet P from Sony must deal with Apple’s iPad 3, along with latest Android tablets operating Android 4.0 or “Ice Cream Sandwich.”
According to Sony, the Tablet S will probably be enhanced to Ice Cream Sandwich OS at some time.
The Tablet S is 9.4-inch primary iPad rival, featuring a somewhat curved style that looks like a rolled magazine, and apparently makes it much simpler to carry using one hand.
The Tablet S is operated with a dual-core Tegra 2 CPU and features a 5mp rear camera.