Sunday, 27 November 2011

Sony Tablet P gets a price tag, finally!

Sony had announced two Honeycomb running tablets, earlier on this year, the Sony Tablet S and the Sony Tablet P. These were the first tablets to be announced by the Japanese consumer products manufacturer. The Sony Tablet S was recently launched in India at a price of Rs.29,990, and many people expect this Sony slate to fare well in the market. Though Sony announced two tablets, the price of the only the Tablet S was revealed and until now, there has been no word on the pricing of the Tablet P, be it locally or internationally. Sony has now updated their UK site revealed the pricing of the uniquely shaped Tablet P.
The 5.5-inch Sony Tablet P
The 5.5-inch Sony Tablet P is quite expensive

Here is a quick glance at the specifications of the Sony Tablet P:

  • Operating System - Android Honeycomb
  • Processor - NVIDIA Tegra 2
  • Resolution - 1024 x 480
  • Screen Size – 5.5-inch
  • Camera front – Face focus VGA
  • Camera rear – 5.0 Megapixel
  • External Memory - Full-size SD Card slot (for media exchange only)
  • Internal Memory – 4 GB
  • MicroUSB – 1
  • Secure Digital (SD) Slot – 1
  • Bluetooth Technology - Bluetooth version 2.1 + EDR
  • Wi-Fi - IEEE802.11b/g/n

Sony has priced the tablet at £499 (approximately Rs.40,300), which is a bit expensive for a tablet. The tablet is available for preorder through Sony’s UK website. There is no information on the pricing or date of availability in India as of now, but as soon as any information is known, we will certainly keep you posted.

No comments:

Post a Comment