Sony is believed to be in talks with several telecom operators in the country to facilitate the launch of its S1 and S2 tablet PCs which might be as close to a formal launch in India as just next month. Idea is leading the race according to currently available news. The two Honeycomb tablets have been lending grace to the Sony India site for quite some time now and with the launch slated for just next month, there sure will be a lot of activity here in the coming days.
As for the tablets‘ intended pricing, while care is being taken to keep things away from public eye, the lowest speced version is believed to cost around Rs. 29,000. That is likely to be the cost of the 16 GB Wi-Fi only model.
Meanwhile, Sony is also believed to be readying the launch of the S1 and S2 tablets in UK next month.
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