Reviews and Problems with Sony Xperia Tablet S (SGPT121 / SGPT122 / SGPT123 / SGPT131 / SGPT132 / SGPT133)
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15 February 2013
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: 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?
Excerpt: The Sony Xperia Tablet S is one of the latest devices launched to market with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It comes in a splash proof casing and weighs 572 grams total, but it isn’t quite like many other Android-powered tablets available on the market today.
Summary: This second gen slate gains the Xperia moniker, a Tegra 3 chip and loses the chunk of the Sony Tablet S . With an IR Universal Remote, full SD card slot and DLNA sharing skills the Xperia Tablet S is gunning to take over your living room. But should you welcome it into your homes?
Pros: Manages multi-tasking without drama, Quirky extras, The luxurious feel of aluminium
Cons: Full HD would be nice, Not the most powerful tablet out there
Summary: Sony Xperia Tablet S è un tablet Android erede del Tablet S, del quale mantiene i punti di forza e ne migliora quelli meno convincenti, aggiornando l’hardware e introducendo nuove funzioni esclusive.
Pros: Telecomando universale a infrarossi, leggero e sottile, processore potente
Excerpt: Bien décidé à exploiter correctement sa marque Xperia, Sony continue ses déclinaisons et nous propose une tablette 9,4 pouces dont l’argument principal pourrait bien être sa légèreté et son ergonomie.
Pros: Poids plume, Design agréable, Très bonne autonomie
Cons: Quelques saccades dans l'interface, Les outils Sony, sans grand interêt