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Currys are currently offering the 3G version of Sony's unusual Tablet P for a massively discounted £129.

The Tablet P features an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and 1GB RAM, perfect for gaming.

With twin LED backlit HD 5.5" displays, which give you a combined resolution of 1048x960, the P is one of the most unusual tablets that has been released.

The Tablet P is also the first PlayStation® Certified tablet, delivering out-of-the-box gaming! Play favourites such as Crash Bandicoot, Pinball Heroes and download original PlayStation® titles online.

TopCashBack are offering 2.02% possible cashback, which works out about £2.60.

The tablet also includes 3G - all you need is a SIM card - so you will no longer have to tether, saving your phone's battery.

[Via: Currys]

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has there been any rom development for this tablet,seems interesting but limited to GB from sony

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I got one while they was doing them for around £186. what a horrible device, the screens have very bad veiwing angles and the tiny speaker it has got is a very low to low to really use.

I kept mine for just under 24 hours then traded it in and lost £3 on it.
I would not even waste you money buying it at the new lower price.

The Sony playstation games ran on a smaller screen size than my Xperia play, due to the shoulder buttons been placed on the top screen next to the playing area.

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