Sony Tablet P

Sony Tablet P Portable

Sony Tablet P Portable

Sony Tablet P – First Dual screen tablet

Sony Tablet P is new tablet with different design approach to tablet market. The Tablet P comes with two displays with a hinge down the middle, so it folds up like a book, measuring 180 x 79 x 26mm when closed.

Tablet P Display

Tablet P Display

This design may seem completely mad when compared to conventional Android tablets, but this approach works well on a much smaller scale with the Nintendo DS. For example, you can use the bottom screen as a game controller while playing the game in the top screen, but obviously this will require a specially written application. Tablet P is the first Playstation certified tablet. You can play playstation games on the tablet and share the entertainment with other people.

Playstation certified tablet

Playstation certified tablet

The twin displays on the Sony Tablet P are each 5.5″ 1024 x 480 pixel panels. Inside is a 1GHz dual-core processor with 512BMB of RAM. The Tablet P ships with Android 3.2 (Gingerbread OS) and supports both WiFi and 3.5G connectivity. Internal memory is just 4GB, but the Tablet P also has a microSD slot with a 2GB card in the standard sales package. On the front is a VGA camera for video calling, and on the back is a 5 megapixel primary camera with HD video capture.

Android App store for apps

Android App store for apps

When open, the Sony Tablet P measures 180 x 158 x 14mm, it weighs 372 grams and the P is quoted as having up to 5 days standby time and 4.6 hours of web surfing time on 3G or 6.1 on WiFi only. The Tablet P also has GPS, Bluetooth and support for 802.11 b, g and n wireless networks.

Sony's entertainment services

Sony’s entertainment services

The Tablet P is available to order from Sony now for delivery from November onwards for £499, or €599 . Overall Tablet P is really impressive. The dual screen design is something new that will bring gamers to Tablets. Stay tuned for more updates or follow @harrym20 on twitter.

Update : Sony will be updating its Tablets & Smartphones to Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) in this spring. All Xperia models and Sony tablets will get the update by the end of April 2012.

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