Reviews and Problems with Sony Xperia Tablet Z (SGP311 / SGP312 / SGP321)
Showing 1-10 of 198
27 February 2015
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)
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:
iPad Air vs Xperia Z Tablet vs Galaxy Note 10.1: the sign of three
5 March 2014
Excerpt: In the spirit of good faith, I’ll make a disclosure. I’m an Apple fanboy. I’ve used the iPad since the introduction of the iPad 2, and I’ve recently just upgraded to the frankly awesome iPad Air. Despite my love for the fruits of 1 Infinite Loop, however, I don’t dislike Android.
Excerpt: The Sony Xperia tablet claimed to be the world's thinnest 10-inch tablet. It is also one of the only tablets that promises to be water resistant. While some of 10-inch tablets are too bulky to take on the road, this thin and light model is one of the few we'd recommend for consistent use on the go.
Pros: Screen is very large for the size of the tablet, Very light for its size, High resolution, Very good camera/video, Fast system speed, Consumer testers really liked the camera functionality
Sony Xperia Tablet Z review: the company's best Android tablet yet
24 August 2013
Conclusion: The Xperia Tablet Z serves as an excellent second screen. Remote functionality is easy to set up, while the display is one of the best we've seen from Sony's Xperia range, if not the market in total.
Pros: Wide viewing angles, Infrared blaster and remote apps easy to set up, Water-resistant, stylish design
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.
Excerpt: Sony was one of the first to release a Full HD smartphone. The Xperia Z also turned out to be a high-quality product, with the unique feature of being water-proof. Sony wasn't quite as fast with releasing its first Full HD tablet, but we did eventually get the Tablet Z.
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...