February 17, 2013
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Sony Xperia Tablet S

When Sony first announced the Xperia Tablet S, its slightly unreasonable pricing didn’t exactly help in stealing the limelight from its competitors such as Google, with the Nexus 10 making a firm stand in the tablet market. For $400, Sony offered the 16GB version which carries a 9.4-inch 1280×800 display, 1.4GHz Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8MP rear camera and a 1MP front camera, powered by Android 4.0.

Xperia Tablet S Checkout Page

Recently however, Sony has revealed that you can grab its tablet for $50 less than its original price, providing you buy it from Sony directly. In addition to this, you can get their ‘casual cover’, usually $59.99, for absolutely nothing. That basically accumulates to $110 savings.

The Sony Xperia Tablet S got off to a rough start, after sales of the tablet were halted only a month after its release due to its supposedly water resistant chassis letting water seep into the tablet and damage it, which Sony revealed was a manufacturing defect originating from one of their plants in China. It is in no way however a bad tablet, boasting a powerful processor accompanied by a premium, stylish build, it’s something many may want to consider seriously if you’re in the market for a great tablet.

Tom Wyatt
Android is undoubtedly the most flexible phone operating system out there, and I write to give the users of Android the latest news, app reviews and walkthroughs of today's technology.
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