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Sony has unveiled their latest tablet, well, technically the latest variant of the Xperia Tablet Z. This one is dubbed the Kitchen Edition and will be arriving for tablet loving foodies that happen to be located in the US. This Xperia Tablet Z is being touted as the "perfect kitchen companion" and will be arriving with both hardware and software related goodies for those who prefer to spend time in the kitchen.
Sony has been busy lately with updates. Showing that the company can keep up with Samsung and the rest by offering timely updates to the latest version of Android. They recently pushed out OTAs for their newest Xperia phones, and now we're seeing the Xperia Tablet Z get Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean this week. Hopefully 4.3 isn't too far behind though.
Sony has kicked off Xperia Tablet Z pre-orders for those in the US market. Sony has the tablet available in a 16GB and 32GB model and also an option to choose between black or white. There has yet to be a final shipping date revealed, however Sony has said these pre-orders are estimated to begin shipping on May 24, 2013. And coming as a bonus for those who order before that date, Sony will be including a freebie.
Sony's new and impressive Xperia Tablet Z, we can say it is one sleek and thin tablet. They've managed to pack tons of hardware and a quality device into one svelte package, and now we're getting a look at the inside. Why wait for a third party to do it, when you can yourself. Enjoy the teardown video below provided by Sony.
Sony made a pretty big splash at CES this year with their new Xperia Z smartphone, but they decided to wait a few days before revealing its tablet sibling. Earlier this afternoon we reported on the just announced Xperia Tablet Z, and now we have some actual footage of the pad and not just press images. Check out the leaked picture and quick video after the break.
Sony Xperia Tablet Z. A few days back, reported specs for the tablet leaked out, and today, the date the new slate is debuting may just have been uncovered. The party responsible for this leak is none other than Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo, so almost immediately, this rumor becomes much easier to believe than most of the whispers that come through our doors.