Guys, here’s another tablet you may want to try, the Sony Tablet S. If I may recall, it’s been two years that Sony is barely seen in the tablet arena and it was only late last year that this new tablet has finally joined the market. And you may want to know what this tablet can offer.
Powered by a dual-core, 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, the Sony Tablet S runs on Android 3.1*. It comes with a 1GB of internal memory, 5 Mega pixel rear and a VGA front camera, a Wi-Fi connectivity at 802.11 b/g/n alongside with a Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR. Also, it packs with I/O ports which include a headphone jack, a Micro USB port and a USB card reader.
* New system update with Android 4.0.3 (also known as Ice Cream Sandwich) is available with Sony Tablet to bring a number of new unique features and enhancements. Just connect your Tablet S to Wi-Fi and you should be prompted for a system update.
Similar to other tablets, the Sony Tablet S is just as light as 1.3 pounds and it measures only 9.5 inches long, 6.8 inches wide. With screen resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, it uses Sony’s TruBlack technology just like with its popular Bravia line, giving better image quality. Well, when it comes to image quality, I think Sony takes the lead.
The Sony Tablet S comes in two memory options of either 16GB at $499 or 32GB at $599. Price not bad compared to any Android tablet or iPad. And if you need more space for music, photos and video collections, you got to spend an extra hundred bucks, that’s pretty cheap. So, would you want to give Sony a try? Why not?