Sony Tablet Goes Two-Screen: Priced Less Than $400

    February 28, 2012

This thing looks awesome! On March 4th Sony will release its new tablet which will feature dual screens. If you sign up for a two-year data plan with AT&T, they sell it for $399.99. Not a bad deal if you have the scratch.

Sony already has apps available which are optimized for the device including games, lifestyle, and entertainment-based selections. The device is PlayStation certified and ready to provide any of the Sony Entertainment services.

Obviously the device is wi-fi capable and it operates on the Android 3.2 system. Check out what Sony and AT&T promise with this innovative dual-screen creation:

Resolution: 1024 x 480 (each screen)
Screen Size: 5.5″ (x 2 – dual screens)
Camera: Front – 0.3 Megapixel Rear – 5 Megapixel
Inputs and Outputs
Headphone Output: 1
MicroUSB: 1
Internal Memory: 1GB
Battery Life (Approx): Up to 7 hours (based on general usage)
Battery Type: Li-Ion
Processor Type: NVIDIA® Tegra™2 mobile processor, dual-core 1GHz
Operating System: Android 3.2
External storage: microSD card slot (expandable up to 32GB, 2GB microSD card included)
Internal Storage Capacity: 4GB
Weights and Measurements
Dimensions (Approx.): Open – 6.23l x 7.09w x 0.56h (inches) Closed – 3.12l x 7.09w x 1.03 h (inches)
Weight (Approx.): 0.83 lbs
Bluetooth® Technology: Bluetooth version 2.1 + EDR
Wi-Fi: IEEE802.11b/g/n

AT&T is offering data plans that run between $15 and $50 for the tablet. Here’s another look at the device: