Sony’s new Android-powered Tablet P is like no tablet you’ve ever seen. Boasting two—count ‘em, two—five-inch touchscreens and a clamshell design that snaps closed like a clutch purse, the Tablet P is certainly a head-turner. But do its dual screens make sense on a day-to-day basis?
This week, the here’s the thing gadgetcast crew takes a hands-on look at the $550 Tablet P. We caressed it, swiped its twin displays, played some videos and did a little dual-screen web surfing. Here’s the big question: does the unique-looking Tablet P make any sense once the novelty of two displays has worn off?
Also this week: here’s the thing contributor and mom-of-two Adrianna Dufay has had two months to work and play with her new iPad 2, and she has a progress report on how the iPad’s been meshing with her daily (and rather hectic) life.
Along for the ride on the gadgetcast is here’s the thing co-founder Susan Leopold, plus yours truly.
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