Sony’s Tablet S is one of the latest and late entrant in the Android Tablet market in India but unlike the other iPad wannabees the Tablet S design looks stylish and original, it is lightweight and quite comfortable in hands. Tablet S is powered by a dual-core 1GHz Tegra 2 Processor with 1GB RAM and is a smooth performer. Read our review of the Tablet S to see if it has in it to take on the other Android Tablets.
If you love Firefox on desktop then you might also want to try the new Firefox for Android Tablets, Mozilla recently released Firefox 9 tablet Internet browser, it adds support for many Android tablets like Samsung Galaxy Tab, Motorola Xoom and numerous other tablets. You can download the latest build of Firefox 9 with features like Sync, Personas, Tabs, Bookmarking etc. from the download link below.
Sony has launched two new Android tablets in an event held in New Delhi just hours ago, these devices are named as Sony Tablet S and Sony Tablet P, both features the Android 3.2 OS and are the first PlayStation certified Android tablets, they also come pre-installed with a number of custom Apps for the Indian market and supports Android Market apps too. Sony Tablet S has an 9.4 inch (1280 x 800) display whereas the Tablet P sports a dual 5.5 inch displays with a foldable design. Full specs, pics and pricing details after the jump.
Hitachi has unveiled new high capacity hard drives for the ever increasing data storage requirements of today’s consumer. The Desktar 5K4000 is one of the highest capacity hard drive that is available in the market right now, it is a 3.5 inch 4 TB HDD with 32MB Cache and features Hitachi’s CoolSpin technology that saves energy, runs cooler and is optimized for performance. Hitachi also announced an external 4TB Touro External HDD that will become available in January, 2012.