Sony Tablet S

Sony's Tablet S goes above and beyond the typical Honeycomb tablet experience by offering exclusive apps, ergonomic design, PlayStation certification for mobile gaming, DLNA video and music streaming, and an integrated IR universal remote control.
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Sony Tablet S - back

The back of the Tablet S is covered in a textured black plastic that's easy to grip. Here you'll also find the tablet's rear-facing camera.
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Sony Tablet S - right

On the right edge of the tablet you'll find buttons for power and volume.
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Sony Tablet S - left

The left side of the Tablet S includes a full-size SD card slot, headphone jack, and a Micro-USB connection.
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Sony Tablet S - keyboard

The Tablet S's 9.7-inch screen is smaller than those of many contemporary Honeycomb tablets, but eases the ability to type in landscape view.
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Sony Tablet S - charging adapter

Sony's charging adapter is as unique as its tablet, but its proprietary design makes it tough to replace.
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Sony Tablet S - bottom

The bottom edge of the tablet is nearly as thin as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, and gradually widens toward the top edge.
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Sony Tablet S

Sony took its time with Tablet S, and it shows. The industrial design is smart, and the software refinements are both practical and restrained.
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