Pocket-Lint: Tablets, like smartphones, are ten a penny now. You can get a rubbish one for £80, or a really great one for £400. They usually all look pretty much the same, are mostly either about 10- or 7-inches in size and are mostly comprised of a screen. The Sony Tablet P, on the other hand, offers something unique: a folding clam-shell design.
The question is, does this unique-looking device bring enough to the table to justify its steep asking price, or is it just another niche product that will sell tiny numbers and disappear without a second version ever being produced?