April 19, 2012 // By: Christiane Stagge // The Best Tablets for Business
One feature in particular makes the Sony Tablet P stand out in a very unique way: It is equipped with dual 5.5-inch touchscreens. The device also supports both WiFi and 3G and offers 4GB of storage capacity, which can be further expanded with a microSD card. A USB port is also available.
The Sony Tablet S, meanwhile, comes in a typical tablet format, sporting a 9.4-inch screen and 32GB of storage capacity. A 3G module is also available as an optional feature. Particularly striking is the contour at the top of the screen, which may seem a bit bulky at first. According to Sony, this ergonomic design is necessary to assure a better grip on the tablet. With its TruBlack display, Sony also offers a wider viewing angle, but be careful of people looking over your shoulder: They will probably have a better view, too.
Finally, the Sony Tablet S comes standard with a USB 2.0 port, an SD card slot, and two cameras. Users that already have a VAIO laptop can also transfer its content wirelessly to the tablet device.