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One Minute with Sony Tablet S – Design and Performance

The distinctive design of the Sony Tablet S provides an intuitive grip allowing me to stay connected and entertained (...while looking cool too!) anywhere, anytime (...see third image lol!!!)

Sony Tablet S (previous known as Sony Tablet S1) is landing on Singapore’s shores for pre-orders on 29th September, and there are 4 things you probably want to know about this new Sony Tablet S that is running Android 3.2 Honeycomb. Below are just 2 that makes the Sony Tablet S stand out from the rest.

Firstly, the Sony Tablet S sports a new unique curved ergonomic asymmetric design, shifting the device’s weight closer to your palm, weighing around 600 grams, making it feel lighter and more comfortable while reading a book or magazine.

David and Bala are two men with no luck in love and have decided to find the woman of their dreams on a social dating website. David’s Sony Tablet S with Quick view capabilities gives him the upper hand over Bala. When it comes to the ladies…you have to act fast!

Secondly, the Sony Tablet S is driven by the NVIDIA Tegra 2 mobile processor, and comes with Quick touch and Quick view capabilities, loading of information-heavy websites and high touch-responsiveness is a breeze.

P.S. So far from what we’ve seen on all Android Honeycomb devices, touch-responsiveness has been very bad even though they all run on pretty much the same Tegra 2 hardware. I’ll be surprised if Sony Tablet S will be any different.

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  1. ooo~ i like the fact that it actually comes with IR and can learn remote control commands if the manufacturer remote codes aren’t in… 😀 now I’m wondering if it comes with the bluetooth remote for the PS3 built-in… 

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