Sony Tablet P 4GB Review posted on
5.5 inch 3G Tablet
If your current tablet has been scratched to ruins, you should definitely consider the Sony Tablet P. Its unique folding design makes it easy to carry and protects the dual screens, and the compact build makes it great for carrying around, getting online and social networking.
Rating: 3.5

Specifications

System

Category: 3G
Released: December 2011
RRP: £499
Display: 5.5 inch Dual Screen (1024x480 px
Processor: 1 GHz nVidia Tegra 2 ( dual core )
Memory: 1 GB
OS: Google Android 3.2 Honeycomb

Connectivity

USB 3.0: 0
USB 2.0: 1
VGA:
HDMI:

Communications

Ethernet (LAN): None
Wi-Fi (WLAN): B/G/N
Mobile Broadband (WWAN):
Bluetooth: 2.1

Power

Battery Life: 6 hours

Input Devices

Pointing Device: None
Keyboard:
Fingerprint Reader:

Storage

Internal Storage: 4 GB
SD Card Slot: Yes

Cameras

Rear Cam: 5.0 MP
Front Cam: 0.3 MP

Dimensions & Weight

Thickness (Average): 16 mm
Width: 180 mm
Depth: 140 mm
Weight: 0.4 kg

Reviews

TechRadar  
If your current tablet has been scratched to ruins, you should definitely consider the Sony Tablet P. Its unique folding design makes it easy to carry and protects the dual screens, and the compact build makes it great for carrying around, getting online and social networking.
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TrustedReviews  
The Tablet P is the perfect illustration of why Sony has risen so high but also fallen so low. Its clamshell, dual screen design is daring, well made and has killer applications, but for many tasks the Tablet P is more hindrance than help. The combined aspect ratio works with standard apps but video playback is horribly boxed off and the dead area in the bezel makes gestures difficult. Meanwhile the bezel itself is too thick to ever let the eye view both screens as a single display. Throw in mediocre battery life and a high RRP and we while we'd love to recommend the Tablet P as a curiosity, we can't.
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Expert Reviews  
The Sony Tablet P isn't for everyone then, but if you want a tough, compact tablet for use on the go, and none of the drawbacks we've listed deter you, then you'll be very happy with it indeed.
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