Sony Tablet P Review
This Time Last Year - When The Tablet P Wasn't Avenkle in Sony's Eye - We Were Weeping Into OF Rubbish iPad Rip -offs, Beging for Release from OUR TIRO TIRESOME LIves.
EVERY WEEK WEE SAW YET MORE RECTANGULAR LUMPS of PLASTIC, FIT ONLY For us as Door Wedges.They Ran Outdated Versions of Google's Android Operating System, Designed for the Humble Smartphone, So the Blocky Desktops and Stretched Apps Looook Truly Horrendous.
But Just as Were Headed to the Batubub with Our Toasters, Two Miraculous Things Happened.FIRST, Google Released Android Honeycomb - A Slick, Tablet -Oriented Version of Its Mobile Operating System.And Second, manuapacturrs Started Paying Attend to the Slew of Negation Reviews and Actually Started Design Devices.
The Excellent Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, ViewSonic ViewPad 7, Motorola Xoom and the Innovative Asus Eee Pad Slider are all fantastic devices, Which We'd happily usonal passonal landlings.At Long Last Apple Has Competition for Its Much-Loved iPad 2.
Sony has further innovated the humble tablet by releasing this dual-screen Google Android beast, nicknamed the Tablet P. Unlike the folded-magazine design of the recent Sony Tablet S, this device folds in the middle, similar to Nintendo's handheld 3DS console.
However, The Sony Tablet P Isa up Against Some Strong Competition, Coming after So Many Other Great Honeycomb Tablets.The £ 499 UK/$ 599 US ASKING Price ISN'T Doing It Any Favours Either, with Many of Its Rivals Avalable for £ 299- £ 399.
So cany Tablet p do enure to warrant a Purchase from More Just Sony Fanboys?