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Sony Tablet P hands-on unboxing [AT&T]

Sony Tablet P hands-on unboxing [AT&T]

Sony is all set to release their latest Android tablet to the world. That comes in the form of the unique clamshell designed Sony Tablet P dual-screen Honeycomb tablet. Complete with Sony Playstation certification and plenty of games we wonder if it can compete with the PS Vita, or end up just another Android tablet on the market. Read on below for our initial impressions and hands-on video.

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Sony Tablet P heading to AT&T with 4G on March 4

Sony Tablet P heading to AT&T with 4G on March 4

Sony has announced the arrival date for its unusual dual-screen Tablet P, a small Android tablet with a clamshell form factor first unveiled in the fall of last year. We played around with the tablet back in August and have known that it would be heading to AT&T with 4G HSPA+ connectivity, but have heard little about the tablet since except for its UK launch. And now, Sony's finally ready to bring it over to the states, starting March 4.

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SlashGear Live from Mobile World Congress 2012!

SlashGear Live from Mobile World Congress 2012!

We made the long journey and are here on the grounds at Mobile World Congress -- and even though it's supposed to be winter this sunny 65 degree weather sure is nice. You can't tell by walking around that it's winter but we'll take all the sun we can get. Along with it will be great news and we have plenty of upcoming products to enjoy and show you in action.

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Fujitsu roadmap reveals Transformer Prime rival, more

Fujitsu roadmap reveals Transformer Prime rival, more

Fujitsu's computing plans for 2012 have been revealed in a new roadmap, with a performance tablet with detachable keyboard due in September, several ultrabooks, and an Android slate in June. Two ultrabooks are in the pipeline for May, the roadmap Fujitsu showed to imidoresc confirms, followed the next month with a "mainstream Android media tablet" that could be the Fujitsu Arrows Tab we played with back at CES. However, it's products later in the year that have us particularly curious.

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