Sony’s Xperia Tablet Z is now available in an unlocked 4G LTE model in the states, allowing customers to take advantage of pre-paid wireless plans as well as fast 4G LTE data speeds.
The Xperia Tablet Z is one hell of a device, and expands on Sony’s penchant for sleek and beautiful design. The tablet touts a 1.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 16 or 32GB of RAM, a microSD slot, NFC, an IR Blaster and more. The unit also touts water and dust resistance.
The Xperia Tablet Z 4G LTE is available now through Sony stores for $629.
Sony Introduces Xperia® Tablet Z 4G LTE in the United States
The world’s thinnest and lightest LTE tablet is now available unlocked at Sony stores
SAN DIEGO, Sept. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ —
WHO: Sony has introduced the unlocked Xperia Tablet Z 4G LTE in the United States. The unlocked tablet allows customers to stay connected with LTE on the go, while offering contract-free wireless service, control over monthly wireless expenses and international flexibility.*
WHAT: The 10.1″ Xperia Tablet Z 4G LTE, the world’s thinnest and lightest LTE tablet, provides the most vivid HD tablet display ever. Powered by Mobile BRAVIA® Engine 2, the Xperia Tablet Z delivers enhanced color reproduction for a brilliant HD TV-like viewing experience. With a water-resistant design and ultra-strong glass, users can enjoy it practically anywhere. The Xperia Tablet Z features a quad-core processor for speed, brilliant graphics and NFC (Near Field Communication) technology which features One-Touch Connection that lets users wirelessly transfer content to compatible TVs, smartphones and speakers with one tap. And with 4G LTE connectivity, users can stay connected at home or on the go.
WHERE: Xperia Tablet Z 4G LTE is available now in 16 GB for about $629 at Sony stores and online at store.sony.com/tablet.*Sony unlocked tablets are compatible with GSM network carriers – AT&T and T-Mobile services. Customers must activate directly with the carrier. Service sold separately. 4G/LTE data speeds are dependent on carrier network.
SOURCE Sony Electronics