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Sony Tablet S
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The Good: Lightweight and easy to hold; SD card slot and Micro USB for easy file transfer.

The Bad: A bit laggy.

The Bottom Line: The universal remote control which is unique to the Sony Tablet S is another factor you should consider if you are in the market for an Android Tablet.

Sony Tablet S
Platform: Android
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By Jennifer Ng, The Star | 05-03-2012

IF YOU you are looking for an Android Tablet that lets you browse the Internet, read electronic books and magazines, manage Word documents or Excel reports, you might want to check out the Sony Tablet S.

You will also be pleasantly surprised by other multimedia features that Sony has thoughtfully packed into this WiFi-only 9.4in Tablet.

The Tablet's wedge-shaped design sets itself apart from the rest of the offerings that are generally flat and are modelled after the iPad.

Ergonomically designed, the Tablet feels comfortable to hold and seems lighter than it actually is. You will learn this when you hold the device with one hand, on the thicker side.


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