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Sony Tablet P due at AT&T on March 4 for $400

updated 12:05 pm EST, Tue February 28, 2012

Dual-screen tablet will cost $550 contract-free

The pricing for Sony's dual-screened Tablet P for North America has finally been officially revealed. AT&T will launch the Android-powered tablet on March 4, which will be offered on a two-year contract for $400, or $550 on its own.

Another option will involve a bundle with the game-centric Xperia Play handset, with buyers getting both for $300 and a two-year contract for each. A 3GB per month DataConnect plan will cost $35, while a 5GB plan will cost $50. Without the contract, users can get a 250MB plan for $15 per month, 30GB for $30 and 5GB for the same $50 as the on-contract plan.

The Tablet P's specs include two five-inch touchscreens, each with 1024x480 resolution. They can show separate content, or combine to form a single, though split, image. A 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip and 1GB of RAM are onboard, as are dual cameras. Android 3.2 is preloaded onto the tablet's 4GB of built-in storage. A microSD card slot expands memory.







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  1. global.philosopher

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    Fail

    This device has fail written all over it...and since everyone will be talking iPad3 for the next few weeks this is doubly fail.

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