Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2012-09-16
Updated on:Sep 17, 2014
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Overall Expert Rating (3.2 Out of 5 based on 19 ratings)
Sony also redesigned nearly every core app on the Tablet P, but the logic behind that makes a lot more sense. Most Android tablet apps weren\'t exactly developed with two displays in mind, so the responsibility for making the device work fell to Sony. Where the company could tweak things, it did a decent job: a number of parts of the operating system are cleverly optimized for the two screen layout. In some apps, like the browser, things flow sea...
Pros: Apps optimized for dual screens work pretty well Nice looking Displays look good
Cons: Most Android apps work poorly on two screens Huge bezels, pointy corners make it awkward to use No LTE, outdated internals
Variety is the spice of life, and in the mobile world this tenet is demonstrated best with Android hardware. When it comes to variety, Android phones and tablets beat all comers. So it was with some anticipation that I received Sony`s Tablet P, a......
Verdict: The Tablet P is a novelty, and at certain tasks it excels. Those tasks are playing emulated PlayStation games, fitting into small spaces and making your friends go u201cooohu201d. Unfortunately, there arenu2019t many use cases where its unique design...
The Sony Tablet P sports nearly the same hardware specs as the Sony Tablet P, but there`s something visually different about it. Of course, we know that Sony is all about making statements u2013 and they`re surely doing it with this. Donning a foldable......
Pros: Cool looking design ; PlayStation Certified ; Good build quality
Cons: Large bezels surrounding its displays ; Choppy performance ; Shoots terrible photos & videos ; Horrendous battery life
Verdict: So what can we say about the Sony Tablet P? Well, we still have to give credit to Sony for producing something thatu2019s uniquely different u2013 especially for a tablet. On paper, two displays sounds mightily tantalizing, but when it actually boils...
In a tablet market that’s flooded with similar offerings comes Sony and their Tablet P. With a unique clamshell design they can call their own that we’ve never seen from an Android this is truly a one-of-a-kind tablet. Is it worth the money or just an interesting wannabe Nintendo DS? We first heard about it back last year but now that it’s available from AT&T lets dive into the full SlashGear review and see what we think. T...
No, it`s not called "The Sony DS," although technically that`s exactly what the Sony Tablet P is. A dual-screen, portable Sony system that plays PlayStation games (keep reading), that just happens to run Android....
Pros: The Sony Tablet P`s screens look great and I appreciate its removable battery. Also, the ability to fold it in half and fit it into your pocket is indescribably convenient.
Cons: The two screens are segmented by a dead space, making certain apps function awkwardly, and its pointy corners don`t necessarily make me want to hold it for extended periods. Also, both the contract and noncontract prices are too expensive given what you g
Verdict: The Sony Tablet P`s clamshell design makes it very convenient, but its expensive price and the awkward implementation of its dual screens make for an undesirable tablet experience....
Overall User Rating (2 Out of 5 based on 1 ratings)
Best Features: Small in size
Pros: Looks good and attractive
Cons: Configuration is not up to mark
Overall: it has an attractive look but the configuration in comparision to othet tablets is not up to mark