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Sony Slashes $100 Off Android Tablet S Price

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It was never a hit when it was launched in September of last year, but now the Sony Tablet S has had its price slashed by $100, that means the 16GB model can be purchased for $399, and a 32GB tablet costs just $499. In the rare case that someone might be interested in this weird-looking wedge-shaped tablet, here are some specifications that may entice you:

  • 625 gram of Tegra 2 250 1 GHz Android 3.2 platform, 1 GB of RAM;
  • 9.4″ 1280×800 screen;
  • WiFi, cell, GPS radios;
  • USB 2.0 Host/OTG client, SD card slot, IR control;
  • 5 MPix rear camera and 0.3 MPix front camera.

Here’s a thorough video review of the tablet:

That wedge could easily hide a slider keyboard, if you ask me. But obviously it doesn’t.  Sony, slash another $100, then I may be somewhat interested.

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