Friday, 14 October 2011

Sony S: a tablet really different?

The late arrival of Sony took the form of promise. The Japanese giant aware of the delay at startup announced a tablet really different. Problem: how to make a new product based on a proven operating system already, namely Honeycomb Android 3.1 (updated in 3.2 possible). That's why Sony has not only to rethink the design of the tablet, it has also reworked its interface by adding an overlay and native applications exclusive.The challenge for Sony is twofold: to establish itself as the best Android tablet is the minimum target for such a manufacturer. But what Sony is obviously really wants to compete with the standard tablet: The iPad from Apple.

Two journalists of writing have taken over the shelf for several days. Everyone tried it on a daily basis, transportation, home or work: here is their verdict.

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