Truth be told, the 720p video capture isn't great and there’s also a front facing VGA camera for webcam chat. There’s 4GB of memory on board, though you can add up to 32GB more using the microSD card slot tucked away next to the battery.
Pocketable and protected: who needs a case?
The 3080mAh battery is about half the size of batteries in the iPad or Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 and it managed an AnTuTu score of 4948 but still, its performance isn’t great and I never managed a full day’s worth of heavy use out of it.
Innovative, but not necessarily practical
The Sony Tablet P is an odd beast, and certainly won’t be for everyone. In fact, it’s not yet clear just who the market is for something like this but hats off to Sony for giving something different a go. ®
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The best thing about the courier-concept - and still unmatched - was the software as demonstrated in the videos. I would gladly pay up to 1000€ for a courier, because the software demoed in the concept-videos would make my life easier.
The Sony P is just another Android-tablet, and made worse by the poor execution of the dual-screen-thingie...
I have a Android Tablet, but it isn't just a Courier and that makes me unbelievably sad...
AND THIS IS MEANT TO CHALLENGE.......
Ho Ho Ho Ho and a Merry Christmas to all of you who still believe in elves and Santa!
Ho Ho Ho
mmmmm; shiny thing ; )
"it’s not yet clear just who the market is for something like this"
Presumably the same person who will buy a £1000 coffee machine from the John Lewis catalogue, which I like to think of as nature's way of balancing out the existence of the Argos one.