Unboxing the New Sony Tablet™ S Device (Video)

by Gina 08/31/2011

In celebration of the new Sony Tablet S device hitting pre-sale today, the SGNL by Sony team grabbed the official packaging that will be hitting doorsteps. The team took a look at what was inside the box and also walked through the physical design of the tablet and other fun discoveries. Not to mention tested an app or two. For those who wanna see what a product looks like right out of the box, this is the video for you.

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  1. Anonymous wrote: August 31, 2011 9:12am

    Anthony, stop hogging the limelight and give Samia a chance to say something! In this tablet video you keep on grabbing the tablet away from her. I thought you’re partners, right?

    1. Gina wrote: September 8, 2011 12:14pm

      Appreciate the honest feedback. Always good to share. thanks for posting!

  2. Anonymous wrote: August 31, 2011 8:59pm

    It’s not too late. You can change the name. “Tablet S” completely lacks pizzazz, originality, emotion. It’s so generic. What happened to the people who came up with “Walkman”, “Trinitron”, “Wega”, “Bravia”? Were they all fired? Sony would have been better off staying with the S1 nomenclature.

    1. Gina wrote: September 8, 2011 12:33pm

      Thanks guest and it’s nice to come across a Sony fan who knows “Trinitron” :) I passed the feedback on directly. thanks for posting!

  3. Anonymous wrote: September 1, 2011 3:42am

    What is the battery life of the tablet?

  4. Anonymous wrote: September 1, 2011 3:53am

    So … when will the tables be available? We in Indianapolis lost our Sony Style store. I really would like to see the product first. When one cannot see, touch, and personally demo it; on-line is like buying a “pig in a poke”.

    1. Gina wrote: September 8, 2011 12:15pm

      Hey Guest – great question. You can check out the tablet at your local Sony Store right now. w00t! If you check it out be sure to visit out Facebook page ( to learn about “catch the tablet”! Hope this info is helpful and thanks for posting!

  5. Anonymous wrote: September 2, 2011 6:24pm

    When will it be available in Canadian Stores?

  6. Anonymous wrote: September 2, 2011 6:25pm

    Great looking device. When will the device be in Canadian Stores.

    1. Gina wrote: September 8, 2011 12:14pm

      Hi Guest, thanks for posting. You should expect it to be in Canada this month. Hope that’s helpful!

  7. Anonymous wrote: September 4, 2011 9:05am

    I was wondering is you could use a playstation 3 controller via blutooth to play sony games such as crash instead of using the onscreen touch screen.

    1. Gina wrote: September 8, 2011 12:25pm

      Hi Guest, good question though right now you can’t use your PS3 controller with the Tablet S but the controller on the touch screen is adjustable so you can actually adjust the positioning on the screen which is nice. Hope that info is helpful and thanks again!

  8. Anonymous wrote: September 9, 2011 11:34am

    Dear Sony!

    where is 3G version ?
    i need a tablet with 3G… I can´t pay for a tablet without 3G… it will be a carbage to me.

  9. Anonymous wrote: September 9, 2011 11:41am

    where is the 3G version ?

    i am huge sony fan… on the other hand without 3G version i am keep using my ipad2 or 3.

  10. Anonymous wrote: September 19, 2011 2:04am

    Does this model has 3G facility ?
    If not then, why was it announced that the tablet would come in only 1 version i.e. 3G+Wifi

  11. Anonymous wrote: September 24, 2011 11:24am

    i just received my sony tablet s and i don’t understand if they were going to make a tablet with 3g why didn’t they just release it with 3g the first time. i will be sending this one back and waiting for the 3g, i didn’t realize when i bought this from hsn that i wouldn’t be able to use this without a wifi connection, unless sony can take this one back and put in the 3g connection i don’t mind paying for the upgrade. i hate to return this one i’m already attached!!!!


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