Sony’s Tablet S has already seen a price drop from £399 down to £349 and now, for a limited time only you can get the Android powered, PlayStation certified Sony Tablet S for £299.

You need to have an iPhone or an Android phone running 2.1 and above  as well as PC World and Curry’s Xmas Deals app (QR codes below). In the app you will find an advent calendar with different deals each day. You will need to open today’s door to find the Sony Tablet S deal and save the deal to your phone. You then have until December 12th to claim the offer by showing your phone and the deal’s bar-code in store.


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Sony, like many other manufacturers have jumped into the tablet market and we saw two tablets announced by them a few months back. Both tablets stood apart from the rest of the crowd. The Sony Tablet S, previously known as the S1 was released back in September and featured a design which has been described as being similar to a folded back magazine. Sony’s other tablet entry, the Tablet P, previously known as the S2 features two 5.5 inch touch screen displays and a clam shell design akin to Nintendo’s DS.


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Sony’s first tablet, the “Sony Tablet S” was released this month in the UK and now has been released in the US. The Sony Tablet S has gone in sale in the US for $499 for the 16GB Wifi model, where as the 32GB model is priced at $599.

Previously known as the S1, the tablet features Android Honeycomb 3.1 which has been made specifically for tablets. Sony have made the tablet PlayStation certified, allowing you to play classic games from the original PlayStation. It will also feature a universal remote control application, allowing you to “control your entire living room with the Sony Tablet S”. You’re not just limited to Sony products either, the application supports other brands.


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hmz-t1

Sony have announced a US release date for their recently showcased HMZ-T1 Personal 3D Viewer.

The 3D capable visor, which is worn on the head of users for a virtual reality effect, was shown at the IFA conference and Sony have also released pricing details for their US launch.

Coming in November to both American and Japanese markets, the HMZ-T1 will be compatible with Blu-Ray players, computers and the Playstation 3 through it’s HDMI port and gives an impression of a 750 inch screen through its OLED panels. The headset also features integrated 5.1 surround sound capable headphones to offer a complete cinematic experience.


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fire dadc sony

After the huge fire that destroyed the Sony DADC distribution centre in Enfield during the recent UK riots on the 8th of August, Sony distribution has today announced that in partnership with fellow distributors Cert Octavian and Cinram, they are back up and running with their distribution services.


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