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Sony Tablet P in pictures

A unique clamshell tablet, exposed

Internet Security Threat Report 2014

IFA 2011 Sony's Android 3.2-based Tablet P won't be going on sale until November, but it was still much in evidence at IFA.

Sony S Android tablet

The desktop and other images are spread across both displays. Scrolling across both screens is very smooth

Sony S Android tablet
Sony S Android tablet

The base and lid were formed from silver-sprayed plastic. Let's hope the final version has better production values than this pre-release sample

Sony S Android tablet

There's the main camera

Sony S Android tablet
Sony S Android tablet

Yes, it's PlayStation Certified, so the P will run PSOne and PS2 games in emulation.
See how the bottom screen presents the control cluster

Remote control for virtualized desktops

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