Sony Tablet S Review: The Android Tablet Done Differently Discussion

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    Jamison Cush TechnologyGuide Editor Staff Member

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    The Sony Tablet S may be a late arrival in the crowded Android tablet market, but it certainly stands out from the pack of rectangles that are virtually indistinguishable at a glance. With a design that can best be described as resembling a folded magazine, Sony is pushing ergonomics and hopes to appeal to users who find the iPad 2 and 10.1-inch Android tablets too unwieldy, especially when used with one hand.

    Sony is definitely on base in regards to today's thin larger-screen tablets. Holding and using an iPad 2 or Xoom can be very awkward, especially with one hand or when used without a Smart Cover or case. But are the Sony Tablet S and its odd design the answer? And how does the Sony Tablet S perform as a tablet? Find out in this full review.

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