With so many tablets coming out this year, it’s becoming extremely difficult deciding on which one we should get. One of the frontrunners is definitely the Sony Xperia Tablet S, which improves quite heavily on last year’s model, and this hands-on rundown shows that it has some definite staying power.
When Sony introduced the Tablet S last year, it went above and beyond the typical Android tablet experience by delivering an ergonomic wedge design and an integrated IR universal remote control. It was pricey, sure, but it was unique.
So what happens when you take the Tablet S, slim it down a bit, add a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, get rid of its proprietary charging connection, and fold it into Sony's Xperia brand (previously reserved only for smartphones)? Continue Reading