Sony Tablet P is certainly an unusual tablet which fits in your jacket pocket. Specially designed for this purpose, it only weighs 13 ounces and measures 6.2 by 7.1 by 0.5 inches. But don’t get too excited, as long as it means that you have to forget about many of the advantages that you are used to get from a regular tablet model.
So there are pretty big chances to complain about the limited internal storage and the lack of some of the apps that you are used to, not to mention its flimsy design, just as you can notice in these pictures. As for the other technical features of Sony Tablet P, we can mention two 5.5-inch LCD screens having the same maximum 1024-by-480-pixel resolution, as well as a microUSB port, Wi-Fi radio or a 3.5mm headphone jack.
And if you need more than those 4GB of built-in storage, don’t forget that there is the possibility to add a 2GB microSD card. Sony Tablet P could actually be considered an expensive model for what it actually offers. We are talking about $400 with a two-year AT&T data contract, or a price of $550 without contract, so it isn’t the best deal.