Sony Xperia S Tablet Torn Apart; Reveals Interesting Innards

September 10, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Many customers in the UK haven’t even used most of the features of the new Xperia S tablet. Even at this point of time, Sony has been brave enough to post a video showing one of the Xperia S tablets stripped down. Though it is a strictly ‘do not attempt at home or school’ video, it is pretty nice to see the device getting torn apart.

The Xperia Tablet S is certainly a device that can be also be considered an advanced universal remote control. It has a macro functionality that lets users turn on multiple devices of most brands, ranging from the TV to Blu-ray Disc players and audio systems, using a single touch of a button.

This means that the users can easily program sequenced commands such as Watch TV or Play Music, while performing the sequences with one tap on the screen.

Not only that, there is a new app called Watch Now that enriches the entire TV watching experience. Watch Now delivers an interactive, visual program guide fueled by personal preference and real-time trends from users’ social media feeds.

Apart from that, the Xperia Tablet S boasts a splash-proof design, which will help provide additional protection from water and to an extent shock. As for the Xperia Tablet S specifications, it runs on Android 4.0 ICS operating system.

It has a thin and light aluminum body with a NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor dealing with all the processes. An SD memory card slot, HDMI connectivity, integrated Wi-Fi, and ClearAudio+ mode have been thrown in. Users can choose from 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities by parting with $399, $499 and $599 respectively.

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