It's easy to forget about Sony's Xperia Tablet Z considering all the press and hype that its smartphone counterpart has been receiving lately. But Sony is keen to remind us just how good its top of the line tablet is as well, so to recapture our attention Sony has recently uploaded a collection of videos demonstrating some of the tablet's features.
Those are just the couple of videos that I found the most interesting; there's a whole host of others showing off video and music playback, gaming prowess, and tons of other stuff on Sony's Xperia Youtube channel; including our own Joshua Vergara's hands on video from MWC last week.
The Xperia Tablet Z looks like a fantastic device; packed with an 8MP rear camera, 10.1-inch 1920×1200 resolution display, speedy Snapdragon S4Pro processor, and Android Jelly Bean, its going to be real contender for the best tablet around when it finally hits the shelves. Sadly the steep price tag might prevent many of us from enjoying Sony's top of the line offering.
Sony is definitely back on top form with its latest products, but has it done enough to make you consider its own top of the line tablet over the likes of the Nexus 10?
Long time Android user and supporter of anything open-source, Robert is a BSc (Hons) graduate with an enduring fascination for technology. Glued to his Galaxy S2 there’s very little tech news which slips past him unnoticed.
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