Sony has knocked $100 off the price of its S series tablet, another sign that non-Apple tablet pricing is trending downward.
The 16GB Tablet S is now $400, reduced from $500, while the 32GB model got cut to $500 from $600.
Specs include a 9.4-inch 1280x800 display, front and rear cameras, Android Honeycomb, 1GB system memory, and eight hours of rated battery life.
Sony is by no means is the first to wield an ax on pricing. RIM's BlackBerry Playbook is the most extreme recent example of tablet price deflation. The PlayBook has been selling--depending on the week--for $300 off its original price.… Read more