Reviews and Problems with Sony Tablet S (SGPT111 / SGPT112 / SGPT113)
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Battery performance 9
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Review Sony Xperia Tablet S
13 October 2012
Summary: Surfer's tablet. Manufacturers who are now launching their very first Tegra 3 tablet on the market have to come up with something special to stick out from the competition. Sony does this with the casing, equipment and one special feature: The Xperia Tablet S is splash-protected.
Pros: High build quality, Splash-protected case and ports, Compact size, Low weight, Full-blown configuration, Good screen, Decent battery life, Powerful platform, The build is very high-end. The Xperia Tablet S looks agreeably different compared with routine tablet designs. Its field of use is extende...
Cons: Poor cameras, Moderate Wi-Fi transmission, HDMI only via expensive adapter, The Wi-Fi module could be a bit stronger. Sony's Xperia no longer transmitted in areas where we still could easily browse with other tablets.
Conclusion: We liked Sony's first gen Android tablet, even though it was late to market. This time Sony's really hit their stride with the slimmer and better looking Xperia Tablet S. The 9.4" form factor is a winner for ergonomics and portability while maintaining that big screen experience.
Pros: Unique and ergonomic design, lovely TruBlack display, excellent AV remote.
Cons: Full HD tablet enthusiasts won't find that feature here.
Conclusion: If you’re choosing an Android device, then the Sony S Tablet is a clear front runner. There’s a lot here to make it stand out, even over quality competition from the Samsung Galaxy 10.1 and forthcoming Galaxy 7.7.
Pros: The tactility of the keyboard, The wedge shape, Comfortable typing, Power saving mode
Excerpt: In a world flooded with way too many Android tablets, the Sony S tablet manages to stand out. For starters, this is a tablet that is heavily focused ...
Pros: Great display, built-in full-size SD card reader, works as an IR universal remote control, PlayStation certified for gaming, Sony has refined the U.I. with some helpful tweaks and special apps, built-in DLNA functionality
Cons: Comes with a proprietary charging cable – so don’t lose the charger! During testing the Wi-Fi connection frequently dropped, memory isn’t expandable
Conclusion: Sony's UX series VAIO UMPCs were, with their tiny slide-out keyboards and futuristic design, innovative enough to still show up in motion pictures as space-age props long after their actual hardware was outdated.
Sony Tablet S – possibly the best looking Android tablet on the market
17 October 2011
Conclusion: The Tablet S will become available in the next few months (along with its smaller dual screen brother, the Tablet P), but the cost is as of yet unknown – don’t expect it to be cheap, though.
Summary: Sony tablet. Sony promises the usual hardware, but unique features for its first Android 3.1 tablet. Does the Tegra Tab offer more than just the fresh look of a magazine?
Pros: Wide viewing angles, Handy size, Stable case, Brilliant colors / high contrast, Good Tegra 2 processing power, Memory expansion via standard SD card, Remote control via IR sensor, 24 month warranty, A screen with great colors and first-rate viewing angles. A case that finally no longer looks like...
Cons: Videos/music can't be played from SD card, High-gloss screen surface, No video out, Short battery life in tablet comparison, High standby power consumption, High body temperature in tablet comparison, DLNA and streaming are nice and good. But to play a little movie from the SD should be within th...