04 Sep '11, 5am

Sony to release tablet computer this month - AsiaOne

Sony to release tablet computer this month - AsiaOne

TOKYO - Sony's first tablet computer will hit the Japanese market on September 17 as the company looks to take on Apple's popular iPad, the electronics giant said Thursday. The Sony Tablet will be powered by Google's Android software, allowing users to download content such as books, movies and games. The Sony Tablet "S" series with a 9.4-inch (23.8-centimetre) touchscreen display is expected to have a price tag of 45,000 yen (S$670) for a 16-gigabyte data storage model and 53,000 yen for the 32-gigabyte version. The product will also become available in US and European markets later this month, with a price tag of US$499 and 479 euros for the 16-gigabyte model. Competitors have rushed to cash in on soaring demand for tablets since the iPad was released in April last year, but Sony's devices will arrive well behind those of its rivals. The devices will have access to Sony'...

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