Showing posts with label Sony Tablet Z. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sony Tablet Z. Show all posts

Sunday, 3 March 2013

Sony Tablet Z

Presented in late January in Japan, Tablet Z is one of the main attractions on the Sony stand - you can see why once you've touched. The first sensation is the surprise: this tablet 10.1 "is only 6.9 mm thick and weighing only 495 g. It is very light and very thin, but very strong at the same time. The Tablet Z resistant to twisting and caches ports which provide protection to projections and dust seem reliable.

 The screen px 080 1920 x1 is of good quality, though perhaps a little too bright. We find the Bravia 2 processor, which offers rich colors, almost too much. Difficult to be choosy before the level of performance offered by the 1.5 GHz quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM and Adreno 320 graphics chip. The Xperia Z is full of small functional details: it integrates the following Sony apps and content, it includes a module for infrared remote office and NFC to be connected quickly to a compatible sound system for example.

 Note that the 16 or 32 GB of storage can be expanded via microSD card and its 8.1MP Exmor R sensor is not bad at all. The new visual language Sony has done with the quirks of the Tablet S and P in favor of clean, simple lines. The abandonment of rounding means that the Tablet Z is a little less pleasant to handle, but its lightness and matt back and slightly offset gripping. Z Tablet is simple, light, classy, and impressive as the most of the Android Tablet rarely did. The launch date of the Tablet Z is still unknown, but the prices are "similar" to those of competing tablets according to a Sony representative.