If you have been waiting and are eager to get your hands on the latest tablet coming from Sony, the Xperia Tablet Z2 is coming to Sony Store retail locations starting on May 4th. As of now the tablet is also up and available for pre-order from the Sony website and on Amazon, so if you don’t want to miss out on your chance to grab one of these tablets you can at least put your order in right away. The Xperia Tablet Z2 was shown off by Sony back at MWC, and its devilishly handsome design and thin form factor make it a tablet to be desired. If you’re looking to pick one of these up all you’ll need is to decide whether you want to the 16GB or the 32GB option, and then shell out either $499 or $599 for the tablet of your choice.
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The Sony Xperia Tablet Z2 comes packing a Snapdragon 801 processor with 3GB of RAM, and running on Android 4.4 kit kat from the get go, so you’re already on the newest version of software. The Full HD 10.1-inch display is enough to make anyone gawk inappropriately, but more importantly for the Xperia Tablet Z2 is its 6,000 mAh battery with stamina mode that should see users getting a decent amount of battery life before the need for a charge. The most attractive features for some though might just be the S-Force front surround sound audio, as front speakers can make for a great experience, and just like with the Xperia Z2, the Xperia Tablet Z2 will also support the digital noise cancellation, allowing to user to truly become immersed in whatever thay’re doing whether it be a movie that they’re watching, listening to some favorite music or playing a game.
If you needed a little more incentive than the already described awesome features for the Xperia Tablet Z2, perhaps getting 8 Playstation Mobile games for free, along with a free month long trial of Music Unlimited service can entice you. Buyers also get access to six major hit films, but were not sure if this means they actually get the movies for free to own, or just the right to view them via the tablet for a limited time.