Sony Tablet S1

  • Sony Tablet S1
76
Based on 77 scores, 110 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    11
  • Good:
    41
  • Average:
    18
  • Bad:
    7

Pros:

  • Built-in Universal remote control.
  • 5MP rear camera
  • Lightweight and easy to hold.

Cons:

  • Poor front camera.
  • 6 hrs charging time

Expert reviews and ratings

By GadgetSpeak on 84

Having recently reviewed the tiny Sony P Tablet. This offering is more the normal size; however the shape of a thin wedge is still totally different from anything from any other company. So with design and style does it...

By CIOL on -

Sony Tablet S is a graphic rich 1.2 GHZ Nvidia Tegra2 dual core processor powers this Wi-Fi tablet which runs on the Android Honeycomb 3.2 operating system. It comes with 16GB of internal storage and a full sized SD card slot to use up to 32GB...

By AsiaOne on 70

The universal remote control which is unique to the Sony Tablet S is another factor you should consider if you are in the market for an Android...

By Mobile88 on -

IF YOU you are looking for an Android Tablet that lets you browse the Internet, read electronic books and magazines, manage Word documents or Excel reports, you might want to check out the Sony Tablet...

By Digital Photography School on -

I have just spent a couple of weeks with the Android powered S series Sony Tablet computer… What does this have to do with photography I hear you mutter… well, a lot, actually! Read on…Sony S Wi-Fi Tablet (32GB) on Amazon.comI’ve...

By TechCentral on 70

Published: Wednesday February 29, 2012 MYT 9:18:00 AMUpdated: Wednesday February 29, 2012 MYT 9:28:37 AM Sony breaks away from the mould with its latest Android Tablet. IF YOU you are looking for an Android Tablet that lets you browse the Internet,...

By Tbreak.com on 80

Every other day at the office there’s a new tablet waiting to be explored. Big ones, small ones, some that glow in the dark, some that claim to be bigger, brighter, and faster than anything out in the market. But more often that not, these end up...

By Mobile Magazine on 70

What makes you special? It’s the question that we ask of just about every tablet that we see, since they’re all so similar. They come with different sized screens, but the processing power is roughly similar, as are battery life and general...

By PCWorld India on 78

This unique tablet has a comfy-to-hold wedge design, an IR port for use as a universal remote, and PlayStation Certified support....

By CNET UK on 70

The Sony Tablet S has an unusual look that sets it apart from most tablets. It doesn't offer much in the way of performance, but it has enough power to tackle most...

By Tech2 on 75

The Sony Tablet S is a very good first attempt by Sony. There are however, a few issues. Priced at an MRP of Rs.29,990, it's almost the same as the cheapest iPad 2. There's a good amount of firepower. Except for a few complaints - primarily not...

By HotHardware on -

We know Nvidia's Tegra 2 processor has enough wheels to run a modern day tablet, but for whatever reason, Sony's Tablet S doesn't seem to take full advantage of the hardware. That's disappointing for a device with a respectable processor...

By 3G UK on 80

The Sony Tablet S looks good and feels great to hold thanks to its clever wedge shape. It runs smoothly and has the added benefit of that TV remote and access to games, video and music. However, at £399, it should be in direct competition with the...

By Mobile Choice on 80

The Sony Tablet S's smaller screen, slower performance and incompletely implemented apps don’t quite topple Apple’s slate from its plinth...

By techcrunch.com on -

The Sony Tablet S has a lot going for it in terms of design. I love the folded-over look, and think its much more comfortable during use and in the hand. The 10-inch form factor has always been a tad big for me, but anyone who appreciates the size of...

By ThinkDigit on 70

In terms of sheer performance comparison, it is touch-and-go between the Sony Tablet S and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 750. Both have their own uniqueness when it comes to the form factor. It is a very close call between the two, except the Tab 750 also...

By Gadget Guy Australia on 80

Sony was slow to show its hand in the tablet space, but its uniquely designed Tablet S makes a compelling case for the Android platform. The first Sony tablet – aptly named the Tablet S – arrives with a combination of standard specs,...

By Good Gear Guide on 80

Sony has put a lot of work into the Tablet S and it definitely shows: its the most comfortable Android tablet to hold and use. It also bundles some exclusive, nifty apps that you won't find on any other tablet. We wish the screen was brighter, build...

By Whathifi.com on 80

remains a brand with huge appeal and popularity, with househould names such as Walkman and Bravia still going strong thanks to consistent reinvention. It no doubt hopes we’ll one day refer to its Tablet range with similar reverence.The Tablet S is...

By PC Mag on 60

The Android-based Sony Tablet S is good looking and well designed, but it's underpowered, overpriced, and doesn't pull Sony's multimedia services together in a convincing way....