Sony confirms release date for Tablet P and Tablet S (formerly S1 and S2)
31 August 2011 by Olav Hellesø-Knutsen
Sony today confirmed the release date for the two Android Honeycomb tablets name Tablet P and Tablet S. Both tablets are available for pre-order today for shipment in the end of September
Sony today announced the availability of the Japanese electronics giant first two tablets. The Sony Tablet P and Sony Tablet S are running on the latest version of Android 3 Honeycomb. We have earlier commented on the official product images when the tablets still had the code names S1 and S2.
The Tablet S edition without 3G will be available in Europe by the end of September. The 3G version and the Tablet P will be available in November. Both models can be pre-ordered from the Sony web site today.
Sony Tablet S
All three Tablet S model variants has
The pre-order price from Sonys online store is £399, £479 and $499 for the 16 GB, 32 GB and 16GB+3G versions respectively.
Sony Tablet P
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play was the first PlayStation Certified smartphone and the Sony Tablet P is the first PlayStation Certified tablet. This means several out-of-the-box games such as Pinball Heroes, Crash Bandicoot will be pre-installed and you will have the opportunity to download games from the original PlayStation titles online.
Sony Tablet P is currently only available in one version. It has 3G and Wi-Fi, but 4 GB storage can seems to be too little for some of you. Thanks to the microSD card slot, this should is not a problem as you can access content and media from the card exchangable microSD cards.
Sony Tablet P highlights
At the official Sony online store, the Sony Tablet P 4GB is available for pre-order for $499.
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