January 31, 2012

Sony Tablet S overview


This is guest post by Melissa of www.cheapstingybargains.com.
A markedly fine addition to the tablet world, the Sony Tablet S, released back in September, is still garnering attention for its features and quality.  The only competitors that really stack up to the Sony Tablet S are Samsung and iPad versions of the tablet.  Available in both 16GB and 32GB memory versions, get ready to fire up your PlayStation certification and enjoy the impeccable streaming and video capability.  Powered by the Android OS Honeycomb 3.2, which came out right before the Tablet’s release in September.  Folks that are on the fence about which high-end Android powered tablet to choose are taking a serious look at the sturdy yet light, high quality material and manufacturing made by the original tech giant.  Another bonus is the 6-month free trial of Sony’s Music Unlimited.  The wedge shape of the body reduces glare when laid upon a flat surface.  Micro-USB port and full sized SD card reader are along the side with the headphone jack, power and volume buttons, and speakers.  Camera for video chat, DLNA-compatible speakers, and pretty loaded software features right out of the box with Gmail, Google Talk, Google Books, Sony’s Video Unlimited Service and PlayStation, there’s even a universal remote app.  By using their own proprietary software from the Sony HomeShare premium universal remote, they were able to make the app on the Tablet S superb in comparison to other tablets that are trying to do the same thing.  They made the same move when it came to developing the camera for the Tablet S, by swiping the technology from their own brand to make it one of the best tablet cameras possible.  In the end that contributing factor is what makes the Tablet S such a strong competitor in the cut throat tablet race for market share, their use of Sony’s strengths, patents and technology to build the best piece of technology possible. 

Tech Specifications:

9.5” L x 6.8” W x 0.3”D
1 lb. 5oz.
16GB or 32GB
Resolution: 1280 x 800
Screen: 9.4”

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