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Sony Xperia Tablet Z
2 weeks ago
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. Give us a stock Android version with some decent speakers, and this could easily be the best Android tablet yet, regardless of its size.
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! As we said earlier, the Android tablet market has been flooded with cookie cutter devices coming in all shapes and sizes. The Xperia Tablet Z easily stands out from the crowd.
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. In fact, I feel that the OS is a novel system that has made impressive gains not only in marketshare, but in both usability and customizability to boot.
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. On the inside the Tablet Z boasts a fast quad-core processor, operating at 1.5 GHz with 2GB of RAM, running the Android 4.1.3 operating system.
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. It's also water-proof, and after using it extensively for a period of time, we can say we're quite impressed with Sony's Full HD tablet.
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 […]
Excerpt: 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 Sony who are trying to compete with the likes of Samsung and Apple while also taking on numerous other manufacturers their move has been durability.
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: Ultimately, the Tablet Z's raison d'être is two-fold: it can be a universal remote, and it can go (but not function) underwater. I don't know if that's worth $500, or even the $100 over some other great Android tablets.
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