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Sony Xperia S 32GB Black Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelS
DateSep 2012
Processor
Processor familyNVIDIA Tegra
Processor modelTegra 3
Processor frequency1.3 GHz
Memory
Internal memory1 GB
Display
Display diagonal23.9 cm (9.4")
Display resolution1280 x 800 pixels
LED backlightYes
Touch technologyMulti-touch
Network
Top Wi-Fi standardWi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
BluetoothYes
Bluetooth version3.0+HS
Wi-Fi standardsIEEE 802.11a,IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n
Data networkNot supported
Storage
Internal storage capacity32 GB
Card reader integratedYes
Storage mediaFlash
Compatible memory cardsSD,SDHC
Software
PlatformAndroid
Operating system installedAndroid
Battery
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Design
Form factorSlate
Product colourBlack
Performance
Position locationYes
GPS (satellite)Yes
AccelerometerYes

Reviews of Sony Xperia S 32GB Black

yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2013-04-15
The Xperia Tablet S is Sony's 10-inch slate from last year that packs a good set of hardware and an unusual design. With the Xperia Tablet Z on the way, let's find out if this tablet is still worth looking into by reading our full review.Sony hasn't been ...
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hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2011-10-18
The tablet category was one of the few frontiers that Sony had no presence until recently when the company launched its assault with two tablets , the Tablet S and the Tablet P. While the Tablet P is expected to arrive in Q1 2012, we already had our hands...
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androidcentral.com
Reviewed on 2013-07-30
Review Toshiba Excite Pro reviewby Aug 16, 2013 A Tegra 4 powerhouse, sure, but don't get too excited about the Excite Pro Finally, a readily available Tegra 4-powered Android tablet — the Toshiba Excite Pro — is up ... Review ASUS MeMO Pad HD7 review...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2012-12-13
It might be time for you to take another look at one of the oddest tablets released in the year 2012, that being the quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor-packing Sony XPERIA Tablet S. This machine is not the most high-resolution nor the most undeniably powe...
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tablet-news.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-13
great audio experience, equalizer and visualizer, decent video experience, the form factor may appeal to some, aluminum back is a nice touch, lots of special apps to play with, very good remote feature, with macros, the price is reasonable, splashproof sc...
not many apps work in some parts of the world
I'll tell you from the start: Sony Xperia Tablet S is a letdown. We were expecting a huge jump from last year's disappointing Sony Tablet S and they actually went ahead and upgraded that machine… slightly. The result is the Sony Xperia Tablet, that was sh...
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chipchick.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-09
Great display, builtin fullsize SD card reader, works as an IR universal remote control, PlayStation certified for gaming, Sony has refined the U.I. with some helpful tweaks and special apps, builtin DLNA functionality, The
Comes with a proprietary charging cable – so don't lose the charger! During testing the WiFi connection frequently dropped, memory isn't expandable
Lets face it, most tablets nowadays all look alike. Or they are trying to follow in the footsteps of a certain popular tablet. Fortunately, it's apparent that Sony took the time out to create a unique and very functional design. That is because the Sony T...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-09
Universal remote control with useful apps, SD card slot for cheap storage expansion
There are tablets with higher screen resolution at that price
Hey, what's that tablet that looks like a flip notepad over there? Why, a Sony one, of course. Sony rebranded its tablet line to fall under the popular Xperia tag that users already associate with its Android devices, and the first fruit of that effor...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-04
Comfortable, good-looking design, Great screen size, Smooth user interface, Good battery life, Full SD port
Wi-Fi glitch, Random hardware problems, Bad camera & camera app, Proprietary charger, Poorly designed default keyboard
Sony has a lot to prove in the mobile space. For years, it has struggled to earn a substantial following with its smartphones, and its first two tablets landed on shelves last year with a thud. Things could be better for Sony. Still, the manufacturer trud...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-24
Awesome added software features, Fast performance, Cool remote functionality
Expensive compared to competition, Slightly drab design, Too many preinstalled apps
The Xperia Tablet S is the first Sony tablet to feature the Xperia branding, and as such is something of a re-launch for the company. The tablet is out now, starting at $399 — is it enough to elevate Sony into the Android tablet race? Read on....
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-20
Last year's Sony Tablet S wasn't perfect, but it was refreshing. It was a sign that Sony could still innovate, and that it wasn't afraid to try something different. The new Xperia S tablet is an improvement in every way. But it's still hung up on those sa...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-20
Universal remote. Unique and ergonomic design. Useful Android tweaks. Fast performance. Splashproof.
HDMI requires dongle. Some Wi-Fi connectivity issues. Below average battery life
Sony has done a nice job distinguishing its products from the sea of monotonous slate tablets. Its two previous efforts, the Tablet S and Tablet P, both featured unique designs that set them apart. Unfortunately, that didn't make them usable. The Son...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-17
The Sony Xperia Tablet S has a comfortable, high-quality design, a sharp-looking screen, storage expansion, and potential as a universal remote alternative
Unfortunately Wi-Fi currently shuts off whenever the tablet sleeps, waking the tablet from sleep takes way too long, and its screen flickers intermittently. Price is a bit high for what's offered
The Sony Tablet S was one of the more impressive Android tablets when it debuted in 2011. Now with its Xperia Tablet S, Sony has revised the design, upgraded to Tegra 3, and updated its media ecosystem. These improvements deliver a more than solid tabl...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-14
Unique and ergonomic design, lovely TruBlack display, excellent AV remote, Unique and ergonomic design, lovely TruBlack display, excellent AV remote, Unique and ergonomic design, lovely TruBlack display, excellent AV re
Full HD tablet enthusiasts won't find that feature here, Full HD tablet enthusiasts won't find that feature here, Full HD tablet enthusiasts won't find that feature here, Full HD tablet enthusiasts won't fin
twitter: @lisagade) The Sony Xperia Tablet S is Sony's second generation Android tablet that features an updated design, the latest Tegra 3 quad core CPU, Android OS 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (upgradable to Jelly Bean) and an excellent consumer IR remot...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-01
and ErgonomicsSony cut back on the shiny plastics and increased aluminum real estate for an improved look. The folded magazine design is very ergonomic, particularly in portrait mode and we like it a lot. The Xperia Tablet S has a unique look. The 9.4
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t3me.com
Reviewed on 2012-04-30
The tactility of the keyboard, The wedge shape, Comfortable typing, Power saving mode
Price, Proprietary power connector
The Tablet S is a curvaceous, wedge-shaped tablet, which looks as if it has been folded out of a single piece of textured black plastic. The design means typing is comfortable when laid flat on a table and desk, which is a flaw in most flat tablet. The bo...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2012-03-20
Sony's two tablets, the S and the P, have both been around for a while now. Both are quite different takes on the standard tablet fare, with the P being the one sitting furthest from the mainstream. I've been living with them for a few weeks.Of the two de...
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techspot.com
Reviewed on 2012-03-14
It's no secret that tablet makers are having a hard time competing with Apple in this still nascent market. In fact, the iPad is selling so well that it surpassed the number of PCs shipped by any individual PC manufacturer over the last quarter of 2011 --...
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digital-photography-school.com
Reviewed on 2012-03-01
I have just spent a couple of weeks with the Android powered S series Sony Tablet computer… What does this have to do with photography I hear you mutter… well, a lot, actually! Read on…Sony S Wi-Fi Tablet (32GB) on Amazon.comI’ve started photographing...
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tabletpcreview.com
Reviewed on 2012-02-21
Great ergonomic design, Excellent Sony Entertainment and PlayStation features, Fullsized SD card slot
Build heavy on plastic, A bit buggy, Lousy speakers
The Sony Tablet S may be a late arrival in the crowded Android tablet market, but it certainly stands out from the pack of rectangles that are virtually indistinguishable at a glance. With a design that can best be described as resembling a folded magazin...
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hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2011-12-26
Unique design is comfortable to hold, looks snazzy, Bright and vibrant screen, Universal remote is awesome, PlayStation Certification has the potential to be awesome
Expensive for what you're getting, Keyboard didn't always keep up with our keystrokes, particularly when typing in a Web address, Below average performance, Sony services don't mesh well together
Fans of Google's Android platform are proving to be a patient lot. It hasn't been easy pulling for Android in the tablet space, which for a period of time was limited to a few overpriced and underwhelming Gingerbread slates. Things began to change when...
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