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It's only 1.09lbs (tablet itself), the package might be 2.2 lbs.
By David N on May 9, 2013
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Sony tablets can be updated (and Android tablets in general) but usually ONLY when Sony/manufacturer provides an update. The rumor is that Sony will update this to 4.2, which is the current Android version. There are ways to update on your own and use custom modifications. With this tablet, Sony made it easier by allow… see more Sony tablets can be updated (and Android tablets in general) but usually ONLY when Sony/manufacturer provides an update. The rumor is that Sony will update this to 4.2, which is the current Android version. There are ways to update on your own and use custom modifications. With this tablet, Sony made it easier by allowing more developer access to the OS. It is not always easy to do. It depends on the brand and model. Look for "Rooting Android devices". This is similar to "Jail breaking" Apple devices. see less
By yendred on June 12, 2013
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Yes. I believe so./
By Corey on November 21, 2013
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Yes to both.
By Charles W. on November 26, 2013
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Is running 4.2.2
By Javier Vásquez on December 3, 2013
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I'm. Pretty Sure. They will! but why would it get damaged if all the ports are sealed in the first place although thats an interesting question for Sony!
By Daniel peralta on October 18, 2013
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No and there might be other ways to play Adobe flash but you encounter to many bugs!
By Daniel peralta on December 3, 2013
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It's a microUSB port-and the tablet doesn't really have sufficient power to support a full hard drive. However, the micro-USB cards work well with this-and you can use a card with up to 64GB of data.
By Amazon Customer on October 16, 2013