Posted On August 29, 2012 By In Tech News And 317 Views

Sony IFA 2012: The new Xperia™ Tablet S

Xperia Tablet S

 

 

Sony has unleashed they new  Xperia™ Tablet S at IFA 2012 today.   The tablets will run Android 4.0.3.  Below are a list of features:

A place for everyday life

Whether you’re at home, on the move or on holiday, enjoy stunningly fast apps, games, internet, video and music with the most immersive Xperia™ experience ever.
A place for everyday life. With the super-slim aluminium case and splash-proof screen, you can confidently bring up recipes with wet hands, and take it out and about³. It’s ready to work beautifully anywhere, anytime.

A place for connecting

Xperia™ Tablet S sits at the heart of your home technology, whatever its brand¹. Change TV channels and select songs from your music system using the Universal Remote Control. Share² videos and pictures with DNLA technology by simply ‘throwing’ them to your big screen.

A place for sharing

Customise your home screen, applications, wallpapers and icon layouts so they’re exactly how you want them. Then create new profiles so friends and family can have their own unique Xperia™ Tablet S experiences.

A place for discovery

Check out Sony Select to find the latest and greatest apps. Use Sony’s Socialife™ to keep up-to-date with friends and news feeds. And continually improve your experience with Android and Sony upgrades.

A place for entertainment

IPS technology lets friends watch from any angle. Clear Phase, xLoud technology delivers soul-shaking clarity. Simply stream films and albums through Sony Entertainment Network4 and Walkman apps, and enjoy.

A place for multi-tasking

Xperia™ Tablet enables multi-tasking between two applications by using one app in a small screen (Small App) while you continue to use the main app you’re in. Small Apps include Calculator, Web Browser, Voice Recorder, Timer and IR Remote.

 

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Storm is a technology enthusiast, who resides in the UK. He enjoys reading and writing about technology.

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