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|Operating System||Android 3.0 (Honeycomb)|
|Resolution (px)||1280 x 800|
Bluetooth, GPS, Infrared, Micro SD, Micro SDHC, Micro USB, WiFi
|Battery Life||8.5 hrs|
The Sony Tablet S brings a big brand name to the table with its much-anticipated tablet and all the company’s experience in high tech is in full evidence in this device. Certain users will be sold immediately on the Sony S tablet’s PlayStation compatibility and the sophisticated Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system, and who can blame them? The Sony Tablet S is certain to be considered as among the tops in tablets in due time.
Even the exterior of the Sony S tablet is superior to like devices with its welcome wedge-shaped design and light weight. The 9.4”, 1280x800 pixel screen provides excellent viewing angles and top-quality video play. The Sony S tablet packs a Tegra 2 microprocessor plus WiFi and DLNA functionality, definite pluses for the game player, and includes two good video cameras. One USB port is provided.
Also of note is the Sony Tablet S’s compatibility with Adobe Flash and Adobe Air. At present, little software is available for Air, but Sony is reportedly openly encouraging the building of applications for Adobe Air that will be available to all users. The Sony-developed and –owned “Quick Touch Panel” technology is an enhancement that really responds will and allows multi-touch input.
Finally, the Sony S tablet includes an IR blaster, thereby allowing the tablet to work as a universal adapter for multimedia entertainment equipment in the home or office.