Sony announced its Xperia Tablet S today at IFA in Berlin, Germany, and we were on hand to take the new ICS-powered tab for a spin. At the new Sony booth, we found a slimmer, sleeker successor to last year's Tablet S, with a Tegra 3 CPU and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich running the show. Sony's also re-vamped its tablet UI, incorporating elements from its smartphone UX, and building features like windows apps on top of ICS. We've also got a full complement of Sony Entertainment Network content, including PlayStation support and a new Walkman music player.

Check out some quick first impressions in the post above. We'll have more later this week as part of our continuing IFA 2012 coverage.

More from the day's developments in Germany at our IFA 2012 portal

 
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TommyQ94 says:

They should do a wireless smaller PS controller for this and other PS certified devices