Sony Xperia Tablet Z
How eager are you to get your hands on the Android-powered Sony Xperia Tablet Z? If you’re eager enough to go out and buy it all the way out in Japan, then you’re in luck, because it has just been made available for sale at the land of the rising sun through NTT DoCoMo.

At the moment, NTT DoCoMo is only carrying one version of the Sony Xperia Tablet Z, and that is the version with built-in 4G LTE network connectivity. It’s priced at 85,470 Yen or a little over $900 USD. If you don’t want LTE, then watch out for the Wi-Fi only counterpart’s arrival on the 13th of April 2013.

Demand for the Sony Xperia Tablet Z has been so high that it reportedly sold out in several markets already through pre-orders. Between this and the Sony Xperia Z smartphone, 2013 just might be Sony’s best year with Android yet.

The Sony Xperia Tablet Z’s main features include a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, a 10-inch full HD (1920×1080 pixels) touchscreen display, an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, and up to 32GB of internal storage in a lightweight, 6.9mm thin body.

David Gonzales
David is a mobile computer geek who firmly believes that in order to stay healthy, one needs to eat daily doses of gadgets for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Join him as he indulges his passion for technology and fascination with all things Android.
  • Iram Ali

    Amazingly beautiful tablet! Much better than any of the plastic rubbish Samsung makes!
    Excellant spec with great screen and beautiful design! Added bonus it’s waterproof! Light and thin!

  • magnifico17

    great stands out from all the others unlke samsaungs plastic also has great specs

  • koala

    holy s*** $900 usd ? japanese must be rich

    I’ll wait for cheaper version instead..

    • Yomogi

      Don’t forget that this is from Docomo meaning these people do not pay $900 up front but they will pay in parts with their monthly payment, usually 2 or 3 years

  • JB

    Japan still reins supreme when it comes to design and features. It’s unfortunate that they tend to keep their products internal which means the rest of us have to put up with cheap plastic uninspiring devices.