• http://twitter.com/frowbags Just me

    Not surprising really, with the Kindle and Nexus tablets being so competitively priced.
    It is a shame, more choice is good, but customers want a bargain and tbf to HTC, their tables have never been what you could consider a bargain.
    It would not surprise me to see Sony pull out of the Tablet market too.

  • Ronnie Whelan

    I agree about Sony, but I think it would be a great shame, as they are one of the only companies that are actually trying to innovate with tablets. I love my Sony tablet, but most people seem to want a bland looking big version of their phone (Nexus 7 & iPad being the main culprits).

  • http://twitter.com/frowbags Just me

    I was tempted by the original Sony Tablet, having an SE Ray which I love I almost got one, I went with the Transformer Prime in the end. Love it to bits, the keyboard dock is a real boon due to the extra battery life it gives. I like the two memory slots, currently running with a 16gig card in each extra slot. I have weeks worth of video files (tv eps and movies) to watch on the commute to work. One thing, I’ve had my Prime since March, I commute to London from Kent and have seen gazillions of Ipads, a few Samsung tabs, but only one other Prime. People really don’t know what they are missing out on :(

  • bob

    It is a shame ,I got my wife a flyer when expansy was selling em cheap (well cheap for a tab in Jan this year) for about £215
    She loves it, And doesn’t want an ipad Just a shame its stuck on honeycomb !!

  • Ronnie Whelan

    I sold my Transformer TF101 and got a Sony Tablet S, a case with a built-in stand and a bluetooth Sony keyboard. Gives me the functionality of the TF101, but more flexibility. I write most of my coolsmartphone posts on it.

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