Reviewing the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet

Sony continue to iterate their Android line-up to good effect. I reviewed the Xperia Z2 Tablet over the weekend, and while owners of the first Z Tablet don’t need to be looking yet for an upgrade, anyone looking to the market for a new ten-inch Android tablet should seriously consider this tablet.

…every piece of hardware is about compromise, and Sony has made different decisions to Samsung, Amazon, and Apple with the Xperia Z2 Tablet. Those decisions (go for a thin design, focus on media consumption, and beef up the IP55 and IP58 protection) have created a distinctive tablet range in the Z series. There’s not enough here that would give any owners of the Xperia Z Tablet a solid reason to upgrade, this is very much an iterative design.

If you are on the lookout for a new Android tablet and one of your key considerations is power and specifications, then the Z2 Tablet has to be considered. It’s quick in operation, it’s light enough to not be a burden when traveling, it has good battery life, and the lower resolution is more than compensated by the vivid colors and fast response times.

The full review is at Forbes.