Sony’s odd-looking, dual-touchscreen Tablet P has seen its price cut by a lot in the UK. It officially became available over there in November 2011, for the price of £499.99. Fast forward to today, and you can get the exact same hardware for £199.97. That’s not a typo. This tablet is now priced at less than half what it used to be.
That’s what time does in the mobile world. After all, it has been out for about nine months now, which is an eternity in this space. And let’s not forget that its odd appearance has probably relegated it to niche status permanently.
But this niche device may appeal to you. In which case you can get it for a very low price. You can do that at Dixons if you’re interested.
The Sony Tablet P has a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, two 5.5″ 1024×480 touchscreens, two cameras (front and rear), 1 GB of RAM, 3G support, and it runs Android 3.2 Honeycomb. An update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is planned, but hasn’t been released yet.
If you liked the post, you might find these interesting too:
- Sony’s Tablet P brings its two screens to the UK, yours for £499.99
- UK: Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi now just £329.99
- Quad-core Acer Iconia Tab A510 and 7 inch ZTE Android Ice Cream Sandwich tablets showcased at CES
- AT&T Sony Tablet P with two screens will be available on March 4 for $399.99
- Acer Iconia Tab A500 with Android Honeycomb now available in the UK from £449.99