Sony has adopted an interesting strategy with the arrival of the new year. The company has reduced the price of its Tablet S (both 32GB and 64GB) by US$ 100.
The new year has come and it has brought some good news for Sony fans. It seems the clock has rotated otherwise to bring the day of shopping on Black Friday back. Sony has reduced the price of its Tablet S by a good $100. You can buy the 16 GB variant for just $399.99 and 32 GB for $499.99. On December 15 last year, Sony had already lowered the price of its tablet well in advance by $50 for the shopping season and holiday week ahead. A further reduction of another $50 is just an added bonanza. The move is being seen as a significant marketing strategy that would raise the sales graph of Sony tablets by a few units.
Sony Tablet S has a 9.4-inch TruBlack display screen and a resolution of 1200 x 800 pixels. It has a 0.3 megapixel camera on its front and a 5.0 megapixel one on the back. The internal storage capacity of this device is 1 GB and it runs on Android Honeycomb OS. Tablet S features the powerful NVIDIA Tegra2 processor, a Li-Ion 5000mAh battery with a life of up to 8 hours, Wi-Fi, and the Bluetooth version 2.1 + EDR. It supports IR (Infrared) remote control functions as well. Interestingly, Sony encourages you to compare the tablet with Apple iPad 2. The tablet offers support for SD card as well as Flash, Stereo speakers, built-in mini-USB port, and auto-sync with a DLNA compatible TV without the need for an adapter. None of these features is easily found in iPad 2. The deal appears more than fair for buyers and it is worth every penny you spend on the tablet. Enough reasons for you to take a call. So, get going!