Sony begins rollout of Android 4.0 for Tablet S


Sony is bringing it’s first Android tablet into the Ice Cream Sandwich age, announcing via the company’s blog that Android 4.0 is now making its way to the Tablet S. Sticking with a stock ICS experience, Sony gives us a rundown of what we can expect in the video below. The clamshell Tablet P should also receive Ice Cream Sandwich, but now is not its time.

If the idea of Android 4.0 on Sony’s tablet is intriguing, the Tablet S is being offered with a $50 instant rebate and free cradle through May 12th. The 16GB model starts at $349.

[via Sony]

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  1. Can’t wait to update! I took my tablet home from work and downloaded the update… but I need to be plugged in to update and I keep my charger/dock at work. Looks like I’ll have to wait until tomorrow.
    I’m kinda sad there are no other comments here, I think it’s one of the better tablets out there, but the price point really pushed people away :(

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