Sony Tablet P currently on sale for $349.99

Sony’s Tablet P is an intriguing Android device. It has two 5.5-inch screens that fold into each other, making it a clamshell tablet. Sony has been selling its unique tablet in the US since March 4th, but it was either through AT&T with a contract or its online store for $549. Right now, though, you can get your hands on one for $200 less than the original price: $349.99.

$349.99 buys you a two-screened tablet that runs a modified version of Honeycomb. Normally, I’m against manufacturers messing with Android, but here, I feel it’s warranted: without a change of code, Honeycomb wouldn’t have been able to take advantage of the two screens – rendering the dual-screen setup and the tablet itself worthless.

If you’ve been interested in this device for any amount of time, you’ll know that this is a good price. I’d jump on the deal as soon as possible if you want a Tablet P. If you do end up purchasing one, let us know in the comments!

[Sony Store via Pocketables Forum]
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