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Entries in Sony Xperia Z2 tablet (4)

Friday
Nov072014

Sony officially brings PS4 Remote Play to Xperia Z2

Making the PlayStation Vita a bit redundant, Sony has officially announced that its PS4 Remote Play feature is now available to the previous generation flagship, the Xperia Z2. The feature is coming to both the smartphone and tablet version, which means you can play your PS4 games while you’re away from the console and TV but within the same Wi-Fi network. Sony says they will only bringing this functionality to Xperia devices.

Source: Sony Mobile | Via: Engadget

Sunday
Oct192014

Sony Xperia Z2 and Z2 Tablet tipped to get PS4 Remote Play feature

It would make perfect sense if the six-month-old Sony Xperia Z2 and Z2 Tablet get the PlayStation 4 Remote Play feature. And if the slip up by Sony is any indication, we might be seeing it soon. The XperiaBlog found on the Xperia Lounge app mentions the Sony devices that will support the gaming feature when it comes out next month. Aside from the new Z3 devices, it would seem the Z2 and Z2 Tablet will be getting it, too. XperiaBlog believes this is part of the rumoured Android 4.4.4 update for the Z2 gadgets. We have to wait a bit more to see if there is any truth to this report.

Source: XperiaBlog | Via: Gizmodo

Thursday
May152014

Review: Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet 

Sony’s latest Android tablet is a worthy successor to the Xperia Z, with unique features, an incredibly thin and light design and a gorgeous screen. But battery life is not as good as it could be.

Text and photos by Simon Cohen

The Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet ($529 16GB) is a remarkably thin and light device. At 426 grams, the Z2 is significantly lighter than the comparably equipped Apple iPad Air (469 grams) even though it has larger overall dimensions.

The chassis exterior is coated in a rubberized finish on the back and uses edge-to-edge scratch-resistant glass on the front. The sides (what little there is of them) is finished in a metal-look plastic material. Unlike the iPad, there is no metal shell.

Although this results in an amazingly light device, the problem with this design is that the Xperia Z2 gets all of its rigidity from the internal framework and the glass screen itself. Which it to say, you can actually flex the tablet without exerting much pressure at all. I suppose this isn’t necessarily an issue of quality – I wasn’t able to come even close to damaging it through normal use—but it doesn’t give you a tremendous feeling of confidence.

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Wednesday
Mar052014

Video: Quick look at Sony Xperia Tablet Z2

We were at Sony's Dealer Event and one of the highlights of their product portfolio is the new and very much improved Xperia Tablet Z2. Now even lighter than the previous model, the tablet Z2 is fully waterproof, features a more powerful 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Quad-core processor, 3GB of RAM running Android Jelly Bean OS and a stunning new display. Sony's really ahead of the game with their water and dust resistance feature but they've managed to keep things really thin and light at 439 grams. Available in black or white, the Sony Xperia Tablet Z2 comes to market real soon