Yet another mention of the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact has slipped out leading up to IFA. This time it's dab smack on Sony's existing Xperia Z2 tablet product page under the Screen section. It explains how "with IPS technology, the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact offers an improved viewing angle. Show More Summary
With Barnes and Noble reduced to borrowing Samsung tablets and Sony giving up altogether, only Kobo stands in the way of Amazon's total e-book domination. Now, the company is hoping to steal a march on its rival by introducing the first waterproof...
Sony may have indadvertedly leaked their own unannounced smaller tablet and a new smartwatch in a promo for the unrelated Sony SmartBand. The fitness band takes the lead in all the rest of the blocks of the Facebook promo page, but in one instead you can find a small unannounced tablet and an unannounced smartwatch. Show More Summary
As is so often the case leading up to major trade shows, we're hearing about potential new Sony devices. This time round it's a new one, though, as an official Sony document makes mention of the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact – say that three times fast – which one would presume to be a smaller tablet than the current Xperia Z2 Tablet.
Are you sick and tired of playing with digital games all these years, with titles that range from those on a smartphone to a tablet, on your desktop and notebook when you travel? Oh yeah, not forgetting that Nintendo 3DS XL and Sony PS Vita that you bring along with you during those long road trips. Perhaps it is time to reconnect with another human – and by that, there...
Sony may launch a new Xperia tablet at this year's IFA, if a certification listing on Indonesia's Postel website is any indication. The device, which sports a model number SGP621, has a similar naming convention to earlier tablet models in the Xperia series, the Xperia Tablet Z (SGP321) and the Xperia Z2 Tablet (SGP521).
Also, Nintendo continues to struggle, new Samsung smartphones are incoming, the LG 5K TV you can’t afford, Sony rejects EA Access, and Windows Phone 8.1 inspires a brilliant fan-made trailer. Is The Tablet Boom Coming To An End? According to the CEO of U.S. Show More Summary
Hi Lifehacker, I recently put a crack in the screen in my Sony Xperia Z tablet rendering a third of the screen unusable. According to Sony this would cost $450 to repair, nearly the value of the tablet itself. I could not find anywhere...Show More Summary
Reuters has reported that Sony is planning to invest 35 billion yen (approximately US$345 million) to expand its manufacturing capacity of smartphone and tablet image sensors. Sony says the investment will allow for a 13 percent increase in production to 68,000 wafers per month in 2015. Show More Summary
Sony Xperia Access unveiled the world’s first digital red carpet on Wednesday night at the premiere of Kasabian’s Summer Solstice gig screening. The digital red carpet featured hundreds of Xperia Z2 Tablets and was fully interactive, revolutionising the experience for celebrity guests, like Amber Le Bon and Ralf Little, and fans alike. Show More Summary
The Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet is now available on Verizon's LTE network. Customers can get Sony's slim and waterproof new tablet for $599.99 up front. However, if you're willing to sign a two-year contract, you can knock $100 off of the price, grabbing the Xperia Z2 Tablet for $499.99.
Both Sony Mobile and Verizon Wireless have come together to announce that they will be bringing the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet to folks living in the US, and if you so happen to be a Verizon customer, you will be able to place a pre-order for the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet from July 10 onward. Just what can we expect from this particular device, and should you actually take it...