Vaio Tablet Rumors Return

Posted: May 14 2010, 12:50pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:12am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

 
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If only there was a tablet computer that was just as overpriced as Sony's Vaio laptops and netbooks. Well, if this Bloomberg interview with Sony SVP Mike Abary is anything to go by, a Vaio tablet may be in our future! Sony is interested in developing a competitor to the iPad.

Right now, the company appears to be waiting for verification that the product will have a market. If Apple's 1 million sales this month haven't proven that to their satisfaction, I am not sure what will. Clearly, customers want tablet computers. Of course, whether they will want a Sony tablet is another question entirely.

Sony claims that they are focusing on their readers right now, but I would be hugely surprised if they do not have at least one tablet PC well on its way to development. Then again, it would be just Sony's style to show up late to a party like this.

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