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Sony Launches Wedge Shaped Tablet S In India – Late Entrant

Japanese electronics giant – Sony – has launched Tablet S in India, priced at Rs. 29,990/- Sony has added some additional features to its tablet devices in an effort to set them apart from the herd of iPad competitors. The Tablet S, which is about the size of an iPad, can double as a universal remote control. The tablet is wedge-shaped, with one side thicker than the other. The shape gives appearance of a magazine that has  been folded over.

It has following Technical Specifications:

  • 23.8cms (9.4″ inch) wide touch screen
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 32 GB storage (Maximum)
  • Infrared remote control
  • Wi-Fi (optional 3G)
  • TruBlack display
  • Android 3.2 operating system
  • 5 megapixel rear camera
  • Front facing camera for video chat
The unique ergonomic design makes it feel lighter and more comfortable while reading and watching content on the move. It’s design also provides a more natural angle for typing and browsing while sitting down.

You can also control your TV, Blu-ray Disc player, HiFi system, even your cable box from your Sony Tablet S using the Infrared feature. The built in infrared Universal Remote is compatible with any brand, so you can flip channels or adjust the volume of your entire entertainment system from one screen!!

Tablet S is capable of running games created for the original PlayStation and the PlayStation Portable and includes apps that connect to Sony’s Music Unlimited and Video Unlimited content stores.

This tablet is built for multitasking – browse the web, connect with friends or listen to music while typing away on the large keys of your full on-screen keyboard. Sony’s latest software technology brings you fast web browsing, an amazingly responsive touch panel and a more intuitive user interface.

Sony is already behind the race in  the tablet market with its first tablet that launched more than a year and a half after Apple launched the iPad and almost a year since Samsung came out with the Galaxy Tab. Sony badly needs a hit product to offset its losses from TV division.


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