Sony Stops Selling Its New Android Tablet Because Of Design Flaw (SNE, GOOG)

Sony Stops Selling Its New Android Tablet Because Of Design Flaw (SNE, GOOG)

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New Sony suspended sales of its latest Android tablet, the Xperia Tablet S, today after discovering some units were defective against splashes. The Xperia's screen is supposed to be splash proof. If you already have a Xperia Tablet S, Sony said it will inspect it for free and refund or replace...
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