Does any one of you remember the launch and the consecutive recall of the Sony Xperia Tablet S. If that plays a role on your tablet buying options, there is some good news waiting for you, as it is back.
In the beginning of October, the Tablet S was removed from sale as Sony found out that its splash-proof tablet couldn’t tolerate the odd splash. So if you purchased it for browsing by the sea in Ibiza, you might well have had a few problems. Not all tablets were influenced, but enough for Sony to stop sales and bring back certain models, even though there wasn’t any intention to safety.
Now the Sony Xperia Tablet S is back, but in a fast paced competitive tablet market, Sony might already have missed the ship (if we’re continuing with the seaside metaphor). Still, if the tablet looked attractive to you, at least you know the newly relaunched model has been given a serious examination by Sony, so peace of mind comes as a nice bonus.
Along with that, the tablet also offers Android v4.0 as the operating system, along with a 9.4 inch WXGA 1280 x 800 pixels display, an 8 Megapixel back camera with 1080 pixel video recording, a 1 Megapixel video calling camera, 1 GB RAM and a 1.3 GHz Quad Core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor.
Different storage options are available with a 16GB Wi-Fi model selling £329, the 3G version for £429 and 32GB/64GB Wi-Fi models priced at £379 and £449 respectively. All these versions should be found in the market now as the Sony Xperia Tablet S returns.