Summary: I had a friend that had the z1 and he really liked his Even with the slight WiFi issue. This is the first tablet I've owned and I think this is everything I expected. It's fast, the WiFi is fast and all works perfectly. I've had my z2 for ABOUT 3 months now and I still use it all the time. Movies look great. If I had to nit pick the only minor issue is... I wish the speakers were a bit louder. but it's fine with head phones.
Quality, powerful and sturdy Android tablet worth the cost.
14 July 2014
Summary: Great tablet, totally worth the cost. A lot of people criticize the huge bezels, but I personally feel, from a practical usage point of view that it's really convenient. You can hold it firmly with one hand without worrying about touching something on the screen, and frankly, once you starting using the device the bezel won't feel that huge. The screen more than makes up for it.
A highly-featured but quite expensive version of the Xperia Z2 tablet
9 July 2014
Summary: I bought an Xperia Z2 tablet for business use, so I paid the silly price for the 32 GB model. Hopefully as they are more widely distributed, the price for the model with 32 GB memory will decline to a more rational level. When I bought this, the upgrade from 16 to 32 GB cost more than $230 additional. For an extra 16 GB???? Come on, that's a rip-off. I also dropped a 64 GB memory card into it, so I'm not about to run out of memory.
Summary: For me the Xperia Z2 tablet hits the "sweetspot" of mobile computing devices . "It's not too big, it's not too small, and it has just the right weight and display size." I've used two Asus 10" tablets over the past few years. They were great devices but they were just too heavy for lengthy one hand holding. Then I purchased a nexus 7 (2013) tablet that provides great mobility; but, for me, it's too small for some of the reading I do and applications I use.
Summary: Unless you have vision problems, you will immediately notice the difference viewing pics, movies, surfing the net, reading books/magazines, on this tablet vs the '$100 android '. High Def on this tablet vs 1280 x 600 on the cheapest? C'mon! Plus the Sony expertise on screen display and a back camera that rivals a good cell phone camera? Good enough for social media! It's 32GB of storage, not the crappie 16GB usually found in a base version. The CPU is no slouch either.