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Sony’s ‘PlayStation Certified‘ Tablet S will go on sale tomorrow in its Sony Centre stores as well as other certified retailers — according to their website, they include Big W, KMART, Retravision and Good Guys. The Tablet S has been available for pre-order exclusively through the online Sony Store since around the 29th of September. Those online orders are expected to be delivered on the 31st of October.

The 16GB Wi-Fi only Tablet S will set you back a reasonable $579, whereas the 32GB Wi-Fi only Tablet S will set you back $689. Apparently an extra 16GB of memory costs $110. If you’re a member of Commonwealth Awards, you can pick one up via redemption.

The Tablet S certainly doesn’t hold back on specs. It has a 1GHz Dual-Core CPU running Android 3.2, a 9.4-inch 1280×800 (160ppi) Display, 1GB of RAM, USB 2.0, Wi-Fi b/g/n, built-in stereo speakers, and more.

Good Gear Guide have also pointed out that Sony plans on releasing the 3G versions of the Tablet S early next year.. when this device might not be relevant anymore.

Source: Good Gear GuideSony Tablet S.
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9 years ago

Does anyone have one of these? what are they like?  the universal remote feature looks pretty good.

Dylan Xavier
9 years ago

so they decide to release a tablet with yesterdays CPU at higher prices days before the next generation tablets launch with the new quad cores? hmmmm i see failure on the horizon