The Android tablet market is getting decidedly crowded, with dozens of different offerings from big and small companies alike, in sizes from 5” to 13.3”. How do you make your device stand out from the crows when most tablets are running the same OS and variants of the same hardware? Sony hopes to garner increased consumer interest by incorporating remote control and macro functionality with their new Tablet S. Let’s start with the specs first: Sony Tablet S SGPT121US/S Specifications Operating System Android 4.0 Processor NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad-Core Cortex-A9 CPU 1.4GHz (Maximum 1.4 GHz 1-Core Operation, 1.3GHz Multi-Core Operation) Storage 16GB/32GB/64GB RAM 1GB Display 9.4" (23.8 cm) 1280x800 I/O SD memory card Headphone Multi Port IR remote control w/ macro functionality Networking Bluetooth 3.0 802.11a/b/g/n Camera 1Mp Front 8Mp Rear Battery ~12 hours video playback ~10 hours Wi-Fi web browsing Dimensions 9.45"x6.87"x0.35"~0.47" (WxLxH) 240mmx174.5mmx8.9-11.9mm Weight 1.26 lbs (573g) Pricing $399/$499/$599 (16GB/32GB/64GB) The core specs are nothing out...
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