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Source: The Verge

Sony has officially spoken and it says the company, under the brand name Xperia, will provide quality products at a price it deems fit. In other words, Sony does not wish to be drawn into a bidding war between competition and itself; it aims to entirely outdo competition.

  Though it’s been delayed a few weeks from the announcement date, Sony Tablet P is finally getting an update to the latest Android Version 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich), available only in selected markets. The update was earlier released to its big brother Tablet S in April this year. Already available in Europe by the end of May, the update brings a host of fresh features like new Sony Apps, direct access to full-sized SD card, drag & drop folder creation and functionality.  It also includes enriched photo viewing/editing options to personalize the user’s multimedia experience. Sony mentioned on its…

Sony Tegra 3

Sony has drawn criticism (including from us), for the lackluster device lineup that they’ve shown at MWC, a few weeks ago. I am talking about the conspicuous absence of a quad-core flagship, something that even ZTE and Huawei, the new kids on the Western markets block, have managed to deliver, and, in the case of Huawei with stunning success. And Sony doesn’t do any better in the tablet department either. The admittedly original Tablet P and Tablet S are seen by consumers as exotic novelty items, rather than able-bodied competitors in the cut-throat tablet market. Again, the lack of a…

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With all the praise that Sony has received for their effort to bring something new to the Android tablet experience, it’s rather a anti-climactic to see how little attention their tablets have received from technophiles in the US. However, things may change, now that AT&T decided to bring forth the Sony Tablet P to the US. The arrival of this innovative clamshell tablet  to American shores is a couple of months behind the rest of the world, but the group of devs at Pocketables wasted no time in making up the lost ground.  Merely days after the Tablet P became available from AT&T, two…