Pros The hardware design is wonderful. The wedge shape is easier to hold, the screen is everything you'd expect from a top flight tablet. Sony's teaks to the Android UI seem useful & don't bog down the system. The TV remote app is nice, DLNA support is nic
Cons Several app crashes in only one day of use. Obviously Sony released this with some software glitches. Sadly, that seems standard for any new system. The Music & Video Unlimited services are not actually up and running for the Tablet. I'll probably be
Summary This may be the top Android tablet when Sony gets a software fix out & rounds out the app support, but it seems like they fumbled a bit trying to get the Tablet S to market before it was too late.Also, the remote does NOT work with the PS3, which is a pretty big oversight. The Tablet has Bluetooth, so it should be possible. Another thing for Sony to fix...
Updated on Sep 19, 2011
Pros Beautiful design and quick & responsive screen. The Playstation compatability is also an excellent perk.
Cons The proprietary cable should be done without and hopefully they'll put in plug n play for SD cards.
Pros Beautiful and responsive screen. Nice size, Excellent sound quality, Love the wedge shape.
Cons Proprietary cable
Summary The Sony S tablet is fast and responsive. I love the original design and Sony's tweaks to the Honeycomb OS. Who knows, if HP designed the Touchpad with this form factor and specs, it could have been a contender.
Pros I love how light it is, how easy it is to hold, the extra docking station for it ($30), the screen, exclusive apps, and on and on. I already have the Xoom and feel this was a good upgrade. It also looks nice!
Cons I don't think there is an HDMI port!
Summary Besides the HDMI port, I hope to learn more about this. I hope the PS3 controllers will be compatible in the future, if not already
Pros Unique design, not your cookie-cutter Android tablet. Once you see it, you know it's a Sony.
Light to carry around.
Nice tablet body to hold in hand.
Optimized Honeycomb 3.2 with Sony apps.
PlayStation certified, you can play PS games (although PS store i
Cons USB port does not charge the tablet?
SD card support when others are moving to micro or mini SD.
Battery is slightly on the short-side but I guess it's a trade-off for weight.
Buttons are a bit hard to press/use and it's easy to press the wrong b