Although it may not have been the most popular tablet in terms of sales after its release, the Sony P series is certainly one of the more ‘different’ varieties of tablet to be released. Despite the poor reception at its full price however, surely the latest deal from Currys in the UK will boost sales of the device further, as who can resist a deal for a 4GB tablet with 3G capability for just under £130?


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Sony have revamped their Walkman range and the new models are the E470 Series. They feature a similar design to their previous Walkmans and come in a variety of colors including red, blue, green, pink and bronze. The new Walkman range however is their thinnest today measuring 7mm thick. The E470 features a 2 inch display and Karaoke mode, along with a few games, such as Sudoku and Tetrist.


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With CES 2012 now over, we’ve compiled a list of Sony specific announcements and news from the Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas.

We also learned some key stats from the event, such as more than 60 billion hours of Sony Music is listened to each year and there are more than a billion people who watch Sony movies and TV shows each year. There will be 300 million Sony networked devices in market over the next three years and there are currently 900 million products in households.


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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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