Reviews and Problems with Sony Xperia Tablet Z (SGP311 / SGP312 / SGP321)
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Sony Xperia Tablet Z
12 August 2014
Summary: The Xperia Tablet Z is easily the best tablet that Sony has made to date, and could pinch the crown for best Android tablet thanks to its gorgeous display, super-thin design and ultra light weight. Unfortunately, it's let down by its tinny speakers and slow Sony bloatware and interface.
Summary: The Sony Xperia Tablet Z is not your average Android tablet. It's something special. Something different. Not only is it an absolute delight to hold and interact with its looks are absolutely stunning. And let's not forget, this sexy tablet can withstand a dunk in the bathtub!
Pros: Thinnest and Lightest Tablet Around:, Fast:, Water Resistant:, Display:, Great Battery Life:
Excerpt: It might be slim but it’s certainly not feeble! One of the thinnest tablets in the market, the Sony Xperia Tablet Z comes with rugged protection to make it water-and-dust-resistant. Reportedly, it remains functional after being one meter underwater for up to 30 minutes.
Conclusion: The Sony Xperia Tablet Z is a very nice-looking tablet that performs well in most aspects. The screen looks great with the Full HD resolution and excellent viewing angles. The SoC isn't the fastest, but it's powerful enough for the standard tasks.
Conclusion: The Sony Xperia Tablet Z is the most impressive Android tablet we’ve ever held and a strong competitor to the Nexus 10, Surface RT, and iPad 4. It’s as light and thin as we’ve hoped tablets could be, but doesn’t sacrifice battery life or power. And did we mention that it’s waterproof?
Sony Xperia Tablet Z Review: Can it Go Head-to-Head with the iPad?
15 July 2013
Excerpt: Sony Xperia Tablet Z Review Sony’s first foray into Android tablets didn’t really make an impact in the market. Fortunately for Sony the second time’s a charm! We”ll jump the gun a bit and say up front that we believe that the Sony Xperia Tablet Z is one of the best Android tablets available in the...
Excerpt: Sony Xperia Tablet Z Review In a crowded marketplace, or one which is dominated by a few significant players, one of the best things a manufacturer can do to push their product forward is offer a major key feature that no-one else does. For...
Summary: Back when the tablet segment appeared as an important growth market, with the success of Apple's iPad, Sony responded with two separate creations. Both the Tablet S and the Tablet P were Android tablets that significantly differed from the competition.
Pros: slim and lightweight, convincing display with WUXGA resolution, powerful CPU, microSD card reader, dust and water protected, infrared sensor allows use as a universal remote, Wi-Fi with DLNA and NFC, LTE option
Cons: meager battery life, long charging time, only Android 4.1, no HDMI output (only MHL)
Excerpt: Growing up, I read constantly. I read at the breakfast table, on the bus, in class (though usually not the book I was supposed to be reading), at lunch, at home, and in bed. My parents mostly supported my bibliophilia, save one weird habit: I used to read in the shower.
Pros: Thin, light, and well-made, Waterproof tablets are awesome, Solid performance and battery life
Cons: Screens coloring is off, Everything goes haywire when really wet, $500 for an Android tablet is hard to justify
Summary: While we can still consider Sony as playing catch-up in the tablet market (only its 3rd-gen), the Xperia Tablet Z has, in most cases, achieved a feat that help it leap over many other tablets in the market.