Sony Xperia Tablet Z

  • Sony Xperia Tablet Z
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The Sony Xperia Tablet Z is fully waterproof. The Xperia Z is powered by a Snapdragon S4 Pro running at 1.5Ghz, 2GB of RAM and has 16GB or 32 GB of storage. It's only 6.9mm thick and 495 grams. It also features a 10-inch (1,920 x 1,200) with 224ppi display.

Expert reviews and ratings

By GadgetSpeak on 84

Joining the like of Apple and Samsung in offering users both smartphone handsets and tablets, Sony latest release in the latter category is the Xperia Tablet Z. This is a 10-inch tablet running the Android operating...

By techlife.net on 80

Price : $484 (16GB Wi-Fi) Critical specs : Android 4.1.2, 10.1-inch LCD, 1,920 x 1,200 resolution, 16GB on-board...

By Tracy and Matt's Blog on -

The Sony Xperia Z tablet is a fantastic device with the release of android 4.4 Kit Kat in the near future this tablet is proving to be a big contender for the heavy iPad and iPad air. With sonys new line up being announced within the coming months the...

By artiss.co.uk on 100

Amazingly slim, with an excellent screen, the Tablet Z sets the standard for Android tablet. It would be nice if Sony stopped messing around with the UI but otherwise this is probably the best you can get. PlayStation fans and Sony Bravia TV owners will...

By Engadget on 82

The Xperia Tablet Z serves as an excellent second screen. Remote functionality is easy to set up, while the display is one of the best we've seen from Sony's Xperia range, if not the market in...

By tech.uk.msn.com on 80

There are plenty of full-size Android tablets on the market, but relatively few have the classy, premium feel that the iPad manages so effortlessly on its rival iOS. There's the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 , the Google Nexus 10 and er, well that's about it,...

By Phone Arena on -

The new Apple iPad Air and the ultrathin waterproof Sony Xperia Tablet Z are arguably two of the best designed and premium slates currently on offer, so we are pitting them against each other to ease your choice.Apple's iPad series basically started...

By Whathifi.com on 80

We like the Sony Xperia Tablet Z. It does a lot of things right and only very few things terribly wrong, and is easily Sony's best tablet to date. The design is a little Marmite, but its slim and light frame makes it the perfect travelling companion. ...

By techradar.com/au/ on 90

Buying Guide 10 best tablet PCs in the world today There is no doubt here that Sony is coming out fighting with the Xperia Tablet Z, laying down the tablet gauntlet to the Apple iPad 4 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 and other Galaxy tablets. It may have...

By Chip Chick on -

Plus, it's quite apparent that Sony has listened to the feedback from their customers. To that effect Sony has included an improved 1920×1200 reality display that is powered by the Bravia Engine. This display is much brighter, sharper and colorful than...

By delimiter.com.au on -

When I think about all the products I've reviewed and played with over the past several years, it's pretty clear that there are three categories of products. There are products with something obviously wrong with them (that would stop you buying them),...

By Android Central on -

Slick design and useful features make the Tablet Z Sony’s best yet — but is it worth the money?Let’s not mince words — in a market dominated by Apple’s iPad, any high-priced 10-inch Android tablet is a tough sell. Over the past year, the Android...

By Good Gear Guide on 80

The Xperia Tablet Z's design is impressive but it also has an excellent screen and good battery life, and its water resistant capabilities are a big point of difference against competing devices. We just wish it was a little...

By IGN on 88

At $499.99 for the 16GB model, Sony's latest is right in line with the 4th generation iPad, but sports a $100 premium over the Nexus 10. Still, if you're in the market for a full-sized Android tablet, the Xperia Tablet Z is a no-brainer. With its quality, lightweight design and useful software features, Sony has succesfully built an Android tablet that has the chops...

By HardwareHeaven on -

and Rating At the time of writing 4.1.2 is the latest version of Android for the Tablet Z and over the air updates are available. Earlier we noted the presence of 16GB of storage in this tablet and that is split so that 11GB is available for our...

By CoolSmartphone on -

The Sony Xperia Tablet Z is just as much about the hardware underneath the seals and gaskets as the waterproofing itself, so in the second of our series on this £500 beast I’m going to take a look at the hardware and how it performs on dry land. This...

By InsideHW on -

When Sony Mobile introduced Xperia Z smartphone, their first smartphone after divorce with Ericsson, it became sure that they meant business. Beautifully designed, thin, water and dust resistant, the first one to offer 1080p screen on many markets, it...

By The Verge on 75

But it can't escape the Android ecosystem, which remains Apple's big trump card. If you've got $500 burning a hole in your pocket and you're not actively avoiding buying an iPad… you should buy an iPad.

By theregister.co.uk on -

There's very little to criticise the Xperia Tablet Z over. It's thin, light, powerful, well-made, waterproof and it has a memory card slot. The battery life could be better but the cameras are both excellent by tablet standards, and the media playback...

By CoolSmartphone on -

Thanks to the kind people over at Vodafone UK, we have been given an Xperia Z Tablet to use for FOUR WEEKS to be able to give our thoughts on it in a review. However this time will be slightly different as 3 different members of the team will have the...