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Sony Tablet S (SGPT111 / SGPT112 / SGPT113)

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Overall 8
7.5

Sony Tablet S Review

Tech2
3 February 2014
  • Summary: The Sony Tablet S is a very good first attempt by Sony. There are however, a few issues. Priced at an MRP of Rs.29,990, it's almost the same as the cheapest iPad 2. There's a good amount of firepower. Except for a few complaints – primarily not being able to use the external memory card as expandable storage. But considering the price, it's well worth the money if you're in the market, looking specifically for an Android tablet.
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Overall 7
7.0

Sony Xperia Tablet S

LAPTOP Magazine
18 September 2012
  • Summary: A slimmer design, better apps and a lower price? Yes, the Sony Xperia Tablet S is definitely an improvement over last year's design. We especially like the enhanced remote control functionality, because you can control multiple components with the press of a button and because there's a sleeker interface for finding stuff to watch.
  • Pros: Attractive design, Improved remote control features, Guest Mode, Good battery life,
  • Cons: Lower screen resolution than some competitors, Poor camera quality, Annoying port cover, Keyboard case not worth extra money
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Overall 8
8.0

Sony Xperia Tablet S

MobileTechReview.com
14 September 2012
  • 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. Sony's software customizations make for a more enjoyable out of the box experience with lots of content consumption options plus an MS Office viewer.
  • Pros: Unique and ergonomic design, lovely TruBlack display, excellent AV remote.
  • Cons: Full HD tablet enthusiasts won't find that feature here.
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Overall 7
7.0

Sony Tablet S Review: The Android Tablet Done Differently

Tablet PC Reviews
21 February 2012
  • Excerpt: The Sony Tablet S may be a late arrival in the crowded Android tablet market, but it certainly stands out from the pack.
  • Pros: Great ergonomic design, Excellent Sony Entertainment and PlayStation features, Full-sized SD card slot
  • Cons: Build heavy on plastic, A bit buggy, Lousy speakers
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

t-break
16 February 2012
  • Conclusion: There’s also a “Select App” program which points you via the web browser to a Sony site where you can download apps designed for your Tablet S, similar to those found in the Android store. There’s also a Reader app for eBooks, as well as a Social Feed Reader to aggregate feeds from various social networks on one place. Sony have also touched up on the actual App launcher screen, opting for a crisp white background that contrasts smartly with the colorful Android icons.
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Overall 7
7.0

Sony Tablet S Review

thinkdigit.com
14 December 2011
  • Summary: Fashionably late to arrive for the tablet war bloodshed, but we don't really mind. The Tablet S catches your attention with the excellent performance, unique design and interesting extra features like the Universal Remote and the PlayStation app. However, Sony needs to address the issue of internal storage space available - only about 9GB is available for the user out of the 16GB.
  • Pros: Unique folded around book/magazine design, Bright and vivid display, Universal remote app is very useful, PlayStation certification is good news for gamers
  • Cons: Daylight robbery of internal storage space!, No HDMI out - just DLNA streaming, Unable to handle e-book PDFs
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Overall 8
8.0

Sony Tablet S Review

Phone Arena
26 September 2011
  • Conclusion: When we see so many tablet makers cranking out the same looking designs, we’re happy to find the Sony Tablet S standing out from the crop – and especially more with its hip looks. Besides that one instant distinguishable feature, we’re mightily impressed in Sony’s work with their very first Honeycomb flavored tablet as it combines a healthy set of multimedia and gaming centric qualities.
  • Pros: Very different looking design, Sharp looking TruBlack display, Eye-catching multimedia customizations, PlayStation Certified, Built-in remote control
  • Cons: No HDMI-out, Slow response with its keyboard, Struggles to play 1080p videos
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Overall 7
7.0

Sony Tablet S Review: A Tablet That Goes Beyond Basics

PC World
31 August 2011
  • Excerpt: (Updated: November 21, 2011) The Sony Tablet S marks the company's first foray into Android tablets.
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Overall 7
7.0

Sony Tablet S

LAPTOP Magazine
31 August 2011
  • Summary: Sony has succeeded in making an Android tablet that brings to bear a lot of the company's strengths. The design is unique and has a premium feel, the display is fantastic for watching video, and it's pretty nifty to be able to use this slate as a remote control. Certainly, having PlayStation certification gives Sony an edge against the Galaxy Tab, but we don't know how many games are coming to this device and how much they'll cost.
  • Pros: Stylish and ergonomic design, Excellent TruBlack display, Doubles as remote control, Access to Sony's book video and music stores, PlayStation certified
  • Cons: Some software bugs, Streaming content via DLNA hit or miss, No HDMI port, Annoying port cover flap
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Overall 7
7.0

Sony Tablet S

cellphones.ca
31 January 2014
  • Excerpt: The Sony Tablet S is a unique-looking offering floating in a sea of Android tablet knockoffs. Where you would normally expect to see a 10.1-inch screen, there is a 9.4-inch panel. Instead of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, it runs Android 3.0 Honeycomb. And rather than the plain old rectangular tablet design that’s all but been ridiculously overused by now, Sony employs a quirky-looking—but not necessarily worse—setup.
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