Sony Tablet S $100 price cut on 16GB and 32GB versions announced

By on Jan 2, 2012 in Tablet, Technology, United States, World Comments

Sony announced on Sunday, January 1, 2012 a $100 price cut on its Sony Tablet S devices, which is being expected to be a big bang to start 2012.

As noted at Sony.com, both the 16GB and 32 GB versions of Sony Tablet S will be cheaper by $100, in which the company dubbed it as ‘Save $100 instantly’.

According to Sony, the Honeycomb tablet 16GB now costs $399.99 and the 32 GB version is now $499.99, in which the 16GB and 32GB previously valued at $499.99 and $599.99, respectively.

Among the notable features of the Sony Tablet S include a 9.4″ touch screen, Wi-Fi, universal IR remote, latest Android platform, Sony Entertainment Network with Music Unlimited, Video Unlimited, and games for PS Certified devices.

Sony did not mention the end date of the Sony Tablet S $100 price cut but Joe Wilcox of BetaNews.com reported that a Sony spokeswoman said the discount is “permanent starting today”.

In addition, Sony is giving away a voucher worth $8, five free movie rentals from Sony’s Video Unlimited service, five free PlayStation Store games, and 180 days of free Music Unlimited service.

Nevertheless, the cheaper Sony tablet is being noted to compete well enough with the iPad 2 and the Verizon’s Motorola Droid Xyboard, which had a recent price cut of $50 on its 8-inch and 10-inch versions.



Sony Tablet S $100 price cut announcement
Image Credit: Sony.com


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