Sony Tablet P lands in UK, available for purchase

Sony Tablet P lands in UK, available for purchase

Android tablets are becoming more common each and everyday but most all of them look and feel the same. There may be a difference of brand quality, but overall the design is always the same. Recently, Sony introduced two new Android tablets, one features a typical tablet design and is known as the Sony Tablet S, but the other one, the Sony Tablet P, sports a completely different look. The device is actually the first ever “foldable” Android powered tablet which features two 5.5-inch dual-touchscreen displays with Sony’s TruBlack technology (also used in Sony’s Bravia TV range).

Unfortunately, having a unique design and a prestigious brand name equals a hefty price tag. Sony launched the 3G version of the Tablet P in the UK where it costs £500 or approx. $750. We’re hoping the price will be different in the US, but unless it drops a few hundred dollars, it’s safe to say this thing will be DOA.

What do you guys think, is the unique design worth the high price tag or is this just another example of a manufacturer who doesn’t get it? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: Engadget

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