Sony Xperia Z Tablet
the front of today’s tablets look pretty much the same but still, there are design aspect that we look forward – which usually relegates to the back but still, there are differentiations between what’s ‘regular’ and what’s ‘stunning’. after seeing what Sony Mobile has done to the Xperia Z Smartphone, we have little doubt how the new Sony Xperia Z Tablet will rank in the looks department. unfortunately, it looks like this yet-to-be-priced tablet will stick to the Japanese market for now as there are no words if the global community will be blessed with this option. at least that’s what we know for now. sporting a 10.1-inch full HD Reality Display (driven by Sony’s pride, the Mobile Bravia Engine 2) and powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, expect to see specifications that are ‘up there’ such as 2GB of RAM, 32GB of onboard storage that’s expandable via the built-in microSD card slot, a 8.1-megapixel BSI rear shooter (with Exmor RS for mobile image processing engine, of course), a 2.2-megapixel front-facing camera (with Exmor RS image processor as well) NFC and LTE support, a modest 6,000 mAh, and the obvious (and expected) beautiful form that measures just 6.9mm thin – the slimmest to date among the cohort of tablets – and tipping the scale at just 495 grams. since the the Sony Xperia Z tablet bears the Xperia branding, it is only natural that it inherits the water-resistance and dust-proof qualities that have been a commonplace in Xperia devices. if you resides in Japan, the good news is, the Z tablet can be purchased from mid-March 2013 through NTT DoCoMo in two flavors: black or white (though, as mentioned, price is yet-to-be-announced).