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Early-bird customers who purchase the Sony Tablet S when it is launched this Friday will be given a free Sony Bravia TV.

Retailers Currys and PC World are to start selling the Sony Tablet from 7am on Friday at the Tottenham Court Road flagship store, where the first 100 customers will walk away with a 32in Sony Bravia TV worth £400.

Perhaps somebody's shifting television sets in order to make room for fondleslabs, as nobody is buying tellies anymore. The tablet is king.

S1 and S2 tablets

Unveiled officially at IFA 2011, the Tablet S packs a 9.4in touchscreen display, and runs on Android 3.1 Honeycomb with a 1GHz Tegra 2 processor.

The 16GB Wi-Fi model costs £400, while both the 16GB Wi-Fi/3G version, and the 32GB Wi-Fi-only model cost £500. ®

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