Clamshell shaped Sony Tablet P gets UK launch
unique look of the device and the dual screens to compete in a crowded tablet arena as the specs are just about what every high-end tablet is wearing these days. The Sony Tablet P has a dual-core 1GHz Tegra 2 processor under the hood with 1GB of RAM aboard (on its web site, Sony is playing up the multitasking capabilities of the tablet). You will find a pair of cameras on the tablet with a 5MP shooter on back and a .3MP one on front. 4GB of native storage can be pumped up to as much as 36GB using a microSD card and Sony says that the battery in the tablet will last 7 hours.
One feature that Sony can deliver that other tablet manufacturers can't is PlayStation Certification which means that the Tablet P offers Crash Bandicoot and Pinball Heroes out of the box and you will be able to download a multitude of original PlayStation games from the Android Market.
If you live in the States and are wondering if you will see the Sony Tablet P make the trip across the Atlantic, the device is expected to come to the US for AT&T in both a Wi-Fi only and LTE 4G version.
source: Sony via AndroidCentral
3. HTCiscool posted on 26 Nov 2011, 00:07 1 0
I was avidly waiting for this, but a Tegra 2 chip for $700, ill pass. :(
4. Owlet posted on 26 Nov 2011, 07:05 2 0
If you're in America it could be cheaper if and when it gets here.
5. HTCiscool posted on 26 Nov 2011, 11:17 0 0
This and the PSV should have been the same device.
6. Droid_X_Doug posted on 26 Nov 2011, 13:28 0 0
This is why Apple is doing so well in the tablet segment. When manufacturers come out with some hair-brained concept that just doesn't make it, Apple gets a few more months (maybe a year) of market hegemony. The only way the P makes it in the U.S. is with a selling price less than $200 out-the-door. At that price point, the buyers would never be iPad buyers, so no net loss to Apple.