Being one of the hot chicks which were amongst the checklist for most of the tablet geeks out there, the Sony Xperia Tablet Z has been put on the showcase at this year’s MWC at Barcelona. While the Tablet S and Tablet P were epic failures and even before the recently launched Xperia Tablet S could take a moment of breath, the Japanese have arrived with the next omission of it’s tablet line up, the Sony Xperia Tablet Z. Whenever a new tablet hits the scene, the same set of questions arise. Firstly, will it be able to sneak in through the market that’s currently ruled by some really big names? and Secondly, will it ever be able to put up a fight against the iPads?
Its comparatively easier for a tablet maker to sneak in through the market by delivering some out of the world internals topped up with sheer elegance that rides throughout the interface, and I definitely mean the Xperia UI on top of a state-of-the-art quad core Krait configuration. Meanwhile, if you talk about sharing some screen space with the iPad, it definitely means something that’s much more than the paper work. The iPads are all about some sleek aesthetics in addition to an amazing real life device experience and let me tell you, one simply can’t deny from the fact that the 6.9mm of waistline of the Sony Xperia Tablet Z does looks appealing.
To sum it up, the Sony Xperia Tablet Z packs in the zippy Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset and 2Gigabytes of RAM which’ll be used to blaze up the 1920×1200 display upfront on the IP57 certified shell and with an 8.1Megapixel and 2Megapixel snapper combo and LTE connectivity on board, it is a real deal setter as it has got all the aesthetics upfront and a really good configuration backing it up on the paper. Further, the 10.1 incher from the Japanese giant will be supplied with 16Gigabytes of memory onboard which’ll be expandable via a microSD card slot.
It’ll be rather interesting to see how well does Sony places it’s latest big screener into the charts and will it be able to take it onto the Apple slates as apart from all the paper and make up jobs, it is the real life performance as well as the marketing of the product that decides it’s success.