Sony Xperia Tablet S
Awesome added software features.
Cool remote functionality.
Comfortable, high-quality design.
Potential as a universal remote alternative.
Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich.
8 MP autofocus camera and 1MP front-facing camera.
Native video calls.
Guest Mode for multi-user access.
Expensive compared to competition.
Slightly drab design.
Too many preinstalled apps.
Wi-Fi currently shuts off whenever the tablet sleeps.
Waking the tablet from sleep takes way too long.
Screen flickers intermittently.
Price is a bit high for what's offered.
Poor outdoor visibility.
Splash resistance issues.
Proprietary connector for charging and connectivity.
Peculiar design favors portrait hold, top-heavy in landscape.
By Whathifi.com on September 12, 2013
It all adds up to an accomplished do-it-all tablet, and one of our favourite Android devices around. The problem is that the iPad with Retina Display is just £70 more expensive – and worth every penny. MORE: Sony Xperia Tablet Z review Best...80
By Android Central on July 30, 2013
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By Trusted Reviews on March 20, 2013
As with its phones and TVs, Sony has lagged behind its arch-rival Samsung in the tablet market in recent years. The Sony Xperia Tablet S is out to change all that, but does it make the necessary moves? With a quad-core processor, slim profile and...70
By TweakTown on February 28, 2013
" on virtually all smart devices I review until we get more of the pure Android experience, but this is what I want to bring my readers - the complete and utter truth, from my personal experiences with these devices. Sony and the rest of the companies...73
By Pocket-lint on February 04, 2013
The Tablet S has kissed goodbye to the Wi-Fi problems of it's predecessor and is now a cheaper, more stylish and generally better tablet. It's certainly one we'd have no hesitation in recommending anyone buy. Sony's services are still an...80
By Expert Reviews on December 23, 2012
Sony's best Android tablet yet, with some useful family-friendly features...80
By Computer Shopper on December 17, 2012
A unique body shape, good performance, and long battery life merge in this Android tablet. It's a good pick if media consumption is your main tablet aim, and it’s light, thin, and attractive, too....80
By SlashGear on December 13, 2012
It might be time for you to take another look at one of the oddest tablets released in the year 2012, that being the quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor-packing Sony XPERIA Tablet S. This machine is not the most high-resolution nor the most undeniably...-
By uk.hardware.info on December 12, 2012
It's been a while since we published an overview of the current tablet market. With the holidays around the corner, we collected all of the tablets we've tested and that are still available, and created an overview of what's what. If you...-
By The Verge on December 11, 2012
The Xperia Tablet S is one of my favorite Android tablets yet, but to be honest I can't totally explain why. I suppose it's because it's one of the few devices I've tested with no glaring flaws - there's no hideous UI skin, no major performance...76