Takeaway: Consumers can now buy Sony Tablet S, the entertainment tablet PC from their desired store “Best Buy”.
Best Buy advertised the 16 GB Sony Tablet S veiled on 20th page of the flyer booklet this week, and announcing the fact that much-hyped Sony tablet pc has arrived in America, however question remains, will consumers be buying one? Priced at $499.99, Sony Tablet S is already available in stores throughout the country.
As per the Best Buy flyer, you can expect the following from your local store:
Display: 9.4” touch-screen display at 1280*800
Operating System: Android Honeycomb 3.2 with Sony’s own interface plus access to Android Market for tons of Android Apps
PlayStation Certified: Preloaded with PlayStation 1 titles like Pinball Heros and Crash Bandicoot
Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Infrared, DNLA etc. So it can share content with compatible televisions and audio systems
CPU: Nvidia Tegra 2 processor
16 GB for $499.99 & 32 GB for $599.99
Best Buy is also selling the S’ Cradle to use your Sony tablet PC as a digital clock, photo frame or a widget. You can also use this cradle to recharge tablet battery as well. Bundle your S’ Cradle purchase with the Zagg Invisible Shield for the Tablet S for only $54.98, however you can also buy them individually. The selling price for S’ Cradle is $39.99.
So what are you waiting for? Wear your shopping shoes, get to the local Best Buy store and try one of the much-talked about Sony Tablet S tablet PCs and let us know if they are worth a try. Their certified PlayStation feature, an anti-iPad shape and desire to control home-entertainment system are quite tempting of options for me to get to a local Best Buy!