Available in those two wild colors, black or white, the 16GB model will be priced after tax at 399 GBP ($600 USD) while the 32GB version will run you 449 GBP ($680 USD). The LTE enabled variant is scheduled to be launched in Europe only at this point and is priced at 499 GBP ($755 USD). Late last month, the Wi-Fi only version of the tablet visited the FCC which dovetails with earlier reports that the tablet is heading for an eventual U.S. launch. The Sony Xperia Tablet Z will come to the market resistant to water and dust.
source: XperiaBlog via UnwiredView