We bought the Sony Xperia Tablet Z two weeks ago while we were in Tokyo at the Ginza Sony Store, because we could not wait any longer to get one in our hands. The first thing that surprised us when we held the Sony Xperia tablet Z is its beautiful thin and light form factor.
For one, it is really comfortable to read for hours holding a 10-inch tablet, in comparison, the iPad feels heavy and it becomes tiring after a few hours of reading. In fact, the Xperia Tablet Z is the perfect device to read books and watch video while you are in your bath: just like the Xperia Z smartphone which launched earlier this year in Europe and Japan, the tablet is water and dust resistant. You can check the hilarious Chinese video showing someone cooking a soup with the Xperia tablet Z in it, and the device still works after that treatment…
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When unreleased or heavily rumored devices stop by the FCC, that’s the Federal Communications Commission for those who don’t know, it means that an official announcement by the manufacturer itself isn’t that far off. Toshiba has a new tablet that was first spotted back in February, apparently carrying the AT10LE-A moniker for now, this unreleased tablet has turned up at the FCC for approval. It was rumored that Toshbia AT10LE-A touts a 1.8GHz NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor, the FCC filing reveals the same, along with details pointing towards Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/b/ac, NFC and Bluetooth 4.0 support.
This 10.1 inch tablet will apparently come with Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean installed. There have also been rumors of a mini HDMI output, stereo speakers and a microSD card slot. The AT10LE-A looks like a codename of sorts, I doubt that it will be publicly released with such a complicated name. Toshiba hasn’t announced any plans of unveiling a new tablet any time soon, so we’ll have to wait until the do inform us of such plans. Though considering that FCC approval process has already begun, that shouldn’t take much time.
Seen at: engadget