Cool looking design.
Good build quality
Loaded with entertainment features.
Deep integration with other Sony products.
Unique support for dual-screen apps.
Unique clam-shell design.
Sharp and bright screens.
Large bezels surrounding its displays.
Shoots terrible photos & videos.
No HDMI output.
Poor audio playback and recording.
Miniscule internal storage.
By Good Gear Guide on February 09, 2013
Android tablets are flying thick and fast as the platform continues to evolve, but most of them look similar. Sony has attempted to distinguish itself with the Tablet P: a clamshell Android tablet with dual-screens.• Sony Tablet S review •...-
By tech.uk.msn.com on May 28, 2012
Of course, pretty though the home page looks, it's when you open apps that you really get to grips with a tablet. And here the remarkable screen arrangement has mixed results. Starting with that old favourite, Angry Birds, already installed for your...60
By laptops.co.uk on April 22, 2012
Some things in life just work, no matter how strange, while others don't. Sony's Tabllet P will hope to be the former and for those who are used to the conventional tablet it will take some time to work out. In fact, were were reminiscent of an...60
By Good Gear Guide on March 30, 2012
Sony deserves credit for trying something different in a market full of devices that offer minimal distinguishing features. However, its Tablet P doesn't succeed due to an inconsistent user experience, mediocre battery life and a design that makes...55
By Phone Arena on March 21, 2012
So what can we say about the Sony Tablet P? Well, we still have to give credit to Sony for producing something that’s uniquely different – especially for a tablet. On paper, two displays sounds mightily tantalizing, but when it actually...60
By Computer Shopper on March 21, 2012
This unique dual-screen Android tablet is a radical rethink of slate design and works best with apps designed for its two LCDs. You’ll want to consider—carefully—how you use a tablet before deciding whether this one is worth the...70
By CNET Australia on March 20, 2012
We applaud Sony's unique approach to tablets, but its dual-screen design just doesn't work. Too many apps are unusable over two screens, leaving you with a novelty rather than a usable...60
By hardwarezone.com.sg on March 20, 2012
The Sony Tablet P runs on the same hardware components as the Tablet S - NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core 1GHz processor and 1GB RAM. Theoretically, we should expect similar performance from both devices. As per usual, we compare the Tablet P with two other...70
By G4tv.com on March 16, 2012
Video Review: The Sony Tablet P may be unlike any other tablet you've seen with its dual 5.5" touch screens, a foldable design, AT&T's 4G connectivity and access to the Sony Entertainment Network. Kevin Pereira and Matt Mira take a look at the...60
By PC Mag on March 15, 2012
The Sony Tablet P does not make good use of its interesting dual-screen design, offering up both a sub par gaming experience with no physical buttons and an awkward Android tablet experience....40