While I was at the Cyberzone SM Megamall the other day, I noticed a good looking tablet that is being displayed in front of Sony’s concept store. I took a quick glance and saw that the tablet was actually the Sony Xperia Tablet S. I took the opportunity to play around with it and thought of sharing some of the things that I found out about this sleek slate.
The Sony Xperia Tablet S isn’t exactly new. As a matter of fact, it’s been released in the international market since September last year and it’s only recently (and without much fanfare) that the tablet made its way to the local shelves.
Design and Construction
The front of the tablet is devoid of any embellishments. In fact, the only note-worthy component in the front is the 1-megapixel camera which sits right above the 9.4-inch display. Flip it on its side and back though and you’ll notice that there’s a twist, better yet, a fold to this tablet.
This tablet bears the same wedged design as its predecessor (Sony Tablet S), which comprises of texturized black fold that runs from the top to a quarter of a way down of the Aluminum slate. But not only does the addition of the black fold make the tablet’s design unique, it also makes the tablet easier to hold when held vertically.
Along with the front-mounted snapper, the slate is also equipped with a 8MP shooter at the back. The power button and the volume rocker are found on the right side of the tablet while the 3.5mm audio jack and the SD card slot is situated on the other side. Note though that instead of Micro-SD card,
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