|Screen Size||9.4 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1280 x 800|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280 x 800 pixels|
|Processor||1.4 GHz Tegra 3.0|
|RAM||1 GB DIMM|
|Hard Drive||32 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10 hours|
Sony Xperia 32 GB 9.4-Inch Tablet S SGPT122US/S
- Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 9.4 inches Display
- NVIDIA Tegra 3.0 1.4 GHz
- 32 GB Capacity
- 802_11_ABG wireless
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This tablet is FAST and responsive. There's no setting for power saving or performance. It does it automatically, scoring well over 11,000 in Antutu which places this tablet ahead of the Transformer Prime by a good 10%. It's not running Android 4.1 yet (Jellybean) but Sony has stated that they'll roll out a JB update in the near future. Let's hope they mean in one month instead of several.
The display is GORGEOUS! And the non reflective surface is quite effective without sacrificing sharpness. Yes it's only 1280x800, but without content that supports the higher resolution Acer and Asus tablets, those extra pixels are being wasted, save for text. I purposely picked a standard resolution tablet. I don't think the higher resolution tablets are quite there yet. Anyway, the display is IPS, and can be turned up quite bright. Colors are vivid, and contrast is excellent. They did a great job with their display design.
The sound is also excellent, with Sony's ClearFi technology making this one of the loudest tablets I've heard. You can even simulate Surround Sound for a more enhanced video playback. Sound reproduction is excellent, and the graphic equalizer with presets works very well.
I like the infrared universal remote a lot. It works well and is easy to set up. You can even make macros now that turns on everything at once, like your TV and Blue Ray player and sound system with one button press.Read more ›
These include some of the best (or so called best) Kindle Fire, Samsung Galaxy Tab2, Nexus 7.
I never did buy a iPad as the cost is insane and don't like being tied into their market.
I have settled down into the 9" realm as 7 is just a bit to small and 10 is a bit to large.
9" seems to be just right for me. In the last month i bought 4 different 9" tabs.
The only one that stood out of that bunch was the Galaxy Tab2. Quite zippy, but my problem was the screen was not bright enough for good movie watching. If a guy is wearing a dark brown suit, i want to know its dark brown and not a black one. Most tabs are terrible with the brightness in this regard. Not many even spec how bright they are. so its a gamble to find out.
Some of my criteria for keeping a tablet is how clear & vibrant the screen is.
After receiving my Sony tablet i was blown away at how beautiful and bright the screen is. Honestly speaking this tablet has made watching movies really enjoyable for me over all others. The wi-fi signal reception was the strongest out of any tablet i ever owned. Where i sit is just on the fringe of me signal area, most just barley get it, and some dont even get it. The Sony got great signal strength. After using this for a while i honestly cannot find anything that i could call a "con" or bad. I love everything about it. The feel in the hands is just perfect. It is VERY light. At first when i bought others i though i would not care about weight, but after holding some of thoes bricks for a while you do get tired of holding it. Not this one though.
The structure of the buttons is great and in good locations.Read more ›
First, a bit about me and my point of view. I generally like, and buy, Sony products (particularly refurbished ones as they can be amazingly great values), so naturally I have been interested in Sony's tablets since the first generation was launched in 2011. Second, I prefer being an Android user (versus an Apple iOS user) in that I've always chosen Android phones over Apple's products for my own use. That said, I am very well acquainted with iOS tablets and phones as I have to use them for my work. But, given a choice for personal use, I have always weighed all the factors and then determined that Android-based products are more versatile, adaptable, and interesting to me than iOS products and are (usually, but not always) priced lower so they are better values. (I admit that Apple's profit margins both annoy and impress me...they make my Apple stock more valuable, but they are also clear triumphs of capitalism. But I digress.) The downside of this equation of mine is that I have to admit that Apple's products may be a better choice for any non-techie types (i.e., many people) because the limitations intentionally put on the iOS do make for a simpler interface. I also admit that until the introduction of the 4.x.x Android products (i.e., Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean), the Android OS has been too much of a work in process. The bottom line for me is that it's the customization factor of the Android OS that makes me so happy with my Sony tablet. Enough about me and my point of view. What about the tablet!?Read more ›
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Did not like the tablet or reseller.
The back of the unit had a crack and a post-it from the last buyer pointing it out! Read more
this tablet works great, have a good shape and presentation... recomendedPublished 8 months ago by Oswaldo Beltrán
The tablet got strong reviews on a number of sites. I purchased a remanufactured model which was said to have been thoroughly tested prior to being shippped. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Diane P.
Bought as a gift for the wife. Oops, my wife, (not an object). Anyway, she uses it daily and enjoys it.Published 10 months ago by Bubbadaredneck