Thursday, 27 September 2012

Meet the Sony Xperia Tablet S

Hello dear techies! meet the Sony Xperia Tablet S. It carries over some design elements from its predecessor, like the 9.4″ WXGA screen and fold-over design, but it adds goodies like a quad-core processor (moving from Tegra 2 to 3), thinner aluminum frame and IPX-4 certification (splash proof. yes! splash proof).

The Xperia Tablet S is 8.8mm thick along its back which is similar to the ipad2, with a thicker “fold” on top. This makes the tablet easier to hold in the hand and is used to attach the tablet to various accessories. it runs android 5.0 jelly bean OS.
there is a suede cover, which also serves as a stand (it can hold the tablet tilted at two different angles). It snaps into place and will hold the tablet upside down, but we wouldn’t shake it too hard. When you close it, you can use the elastic band to keep it shut.
The tablet is available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions, but the 16GB one will probably be the most popular as there is an SD card slot. That’s right, not microSD, but a regular-sized SD card slot, meaning you can expand the storage on the cheap.

The Sony Xperia Tablet S really feels like something intended for home use with the Remote control app. It even comes with a Small app version, so you can always switch the channel.
Speaking of Small apps, they are floating apps that take up only a part of the screen and can be used along side regular apps.

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