Reviews and Problems with Sony Xperia Tablet S (SGPT121 / SGPT122 / SGPT123 / SGPT131 / SGPT132 / SGPT133)
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Sony Xperia Tablet S Review
15 April 2013
Summary: The Sony Xperia Tablet S is a good 10-incher that has a good build quality and a unique design. There’s not much to boast about in terms of display resolution but the accurate colors and good viewing angles, plus splash proofing compensates for the lack of pixel density.
Summary: Sony's Tablet S is a good tablet, but it is far from great. It looks great, it feels great, but as with most companies, they ruin it by not giving me, you and the rest of the consumers out there the pure Android experience.
Excerpt: After reviewing both the and the , I felt somewhat obligated to review an tablet as well. Therefore, I bought a Sony Xperia S last month and have been testing it out the past few weeks. The Sony Xperia S (or the "SGPT1211" in traditional Sony nomenclature) is a good-looking tablet.
Sony Xperia Tablet S Review: Not Much of a Change, Still Riddled With Problems; Nice Audio Though! (Video)
13 November 2012
Conclusion: For the design we give it a 7.5 out of 10, for the hardware an 8 out of 10 and for the OS and UI an 8 as well. Sony Xperia Tablet S gets a total grade of 7.83 out of 10 and it’s a bit of a disappointment for us, since we were expecting a bit more, to be honest.
Excerpt: Sony's long marched to the beat of its own drummer — to varying levels of success. Sony's unique designs have created plenty of success stories (like the NEX line of cameras), but tablets haven't been one of them.
Pros: Awesome added software features, Fast performance, Cool remote functionality
Cons: Expensive compared to competition, Slightly drab design, Too many preinstalled apps
Conclusion: Sony was always going to struggle to get traction with tablets because it's a fairly crowded market and there's lots to choose from. Sony might make solid hardware, but so do most companies these days, so what is there to sell us on the Xperia over anything else?