Xperia Tablet (former code names Sony S1 and Sony S2), formerly known as Sony Tablet, is the brand name of a series of tablet computers.[1] The first models used to run Google's operating system Android 3.1 Honeycomb,[2] but more recent models operate on the Android 4.1.2 system.[3] The first models were informally announced on 26 April 2011, using the code names, by the Sony Corporation in the Sony IT Mobile Meeting.[4][5] They featured touchscreens, two cameras (a rear-facing 5 MP, a front-facing 0.3 MP), infrared sensor, Wi-Fi. Also, they support PlayStation Suite, DLNA, and are 3G/4G compatible. The retail price in the U.S at the time of release was US$499–599.[6][7] In Europe, prices were at €499. To increase the number of apps available and provide marketing support for both tablets, Sony and Adobe Systems will hold a $200,000 competition targeting app developers.[8] The series was formally launched in Berlin and Tokyo on 31 August 2011.[9] The series currently consists of the Sony Xperia Tablet S and the Sony Xperia Tablet Z, announced in 2013.[10]

Rensell Kyle, Samuel Lim, Ong Lifen and Angeline Wong had bought the Sony Tablet S.

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