Xperia Z2 TabletCompare9 reviewThe Xperia Tablet Z is still one of the most highly coveted Android tablets in its class. It is only natural to have high expectations about its successor. Then again, the Xperia Tablet Z was so complete that it didn't leave that much room for improvement over a year. This isn't to say it didn't have any weak spots. For example, the Xpera Tablet Z2's 10.1-inch display has been reworked for the better. It offers better color reproduction and viewing angles compared to the Xperia Tablet Z1. Colors retain their consistency and distortion has been eliminated. On top of that, the Xpera Tablet Z2 manages to shave off some weight and thickness, while growing some additional muscle with Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 801 CPU and 3GB of RAM. Everything else is largely the same. The design, the 6000mAh battery and the 2.2MP front/8MP rear cameras have all been preserved from last year. Although not innovative, the Xperia Tablet Z2 is durable, slick, and a great high-end slate overall.+ View Specs
Vaio Tap 11Compare8 reviewThe lightweight Sony Vaio Tap 11 features a 4th generation Intel Core processor, 4 GB of RAM, plus your choice of SSDs up to 512 GB of capacity. It sports a 1080x1920 pixels 11.6" display with Triluminous technology. You also get a full USB 3.0 port, microSD slot and microHDMI port for TV hookup. Sony has managed to trim down its waistline to just 9.9 millimeters.+ View Specs
Xperia Tablet ZCompare9 reviewThe big news about Sony's Xperia Z Android tablet is not that it sports a 1920x1200 pixels display and quad-core processor - after all, we had the iPad 3/4 and Nexus 10 before it - but that the Full HD resolution screen is crammed into an extremely thin 6.9mm waterproof chassis, with stellar design to boot. It is also the first Xperia slate to feature the signature power button design as a new design hallmark of Sony's Xperia line.+ View Specs
Xperia Tablet SCompare7.5 reviewSony Xperia Tablet S seems to be the spiritual successor of Sony Tablet S. With the Xperia Tablet S, the Japanese have emphasized on what they are so good at – design. The Xperia Tablet S is a very elegant device, with a thin body and a nice, differentiating fold element at the upper end. Sony fit a sizable bright 9.4-inch IPS LCD display with an okay resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. The device comes with Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich, but Sony has promised it will soon bump it up to Jelly Bean. Powering the device is a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, so we can be sure that performance will be top-notch, as long as Sony doesn't mess something up as far as software goes. The camera of the Xperia Tablet S should be pretty decent, with Sony's great heritage in this area. The Tablet S comes with an 8-megapixel main unit, complemented by a 1-megapixel front-facing one. When it comes to ports you have a full-sized SD port, USB and HDMI. The tablet keeps the IR sensor from the original Tablet S and doubles as a remote control.+ View Specs
Tablet SCompare8 reviewThe Sony Tablet S is a 9.4" tablet running Android 3.1 Honeycomb. It is PlayStation certified device and has NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, Wi-Fi, and DLNA functionality.+ View Specs
Tablet PCompare6 reviewThe Sony Tablet P reminds the Kyocera Echo with its dual-screen setup. Two 5.5-inch screens come with a resolution of 1024 x 480 pixels each. The S2 runs on a Tegra 2 chip and has a camera, while on the software side of things we have a custom-made user interface on top of the Android 3.2 Honeycomb.+ View Specs
This is an up-to-date list of all new Sony tablets, including available and future models.
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