A decade ago, notebooks had been given a new meaning. They were no longer those bulky sheets piled in empty pages, but a small laptop that someone can write notes without a pen or pencil. That kind of note book (or netbook) had been revolutionary in the facilities of learning. However, the reign of notebooks did not expect to last.
Since the invention of the tablet which is pioneered by Apple (although Microsoft would claim, their Surface is the first tablet), universities and classrooms have been given a fancy futuristic look. For quite some time, the Apple Brand, the iPad, have dominated the market — which I think until now. Microsoft, on the other hand, introduced a slight twist of the tablet family. The firm’s Surface Pro series enhanced the Surface device with a detachable keyboard for easy typing when the need arises.
Apple and Microsoft are not the only brands that play in the tablet market. There are tons of other Android based products that struggled so much in sales of their tablets. Google Nexus’ series have shown a fresh mark, but, was not able to sustain. And so, taking up the challenge, Sony proudly presents Xperia Z Tablet series.
The Xperia Z Tablet is more like an enlarge version of the Xperia phone series. It attempts to redeem the image of Android tablets. However, there were a lot of problems encountered in the tablet experience. Such of the issues revolve around the usefulness of the tablets themselves. Some would even so as far to the extent that tablets don’t really replaced the role of netbook in academic life — a lot of functions are missing. I appears that the manufacturers of the Android tablets are focused more on the design, not much of the user’s experience.
And so, to address these pressing problems, Sony tried something novel that could change the direction of Android tablets or the Xperia Z Tablet series themselves. Then, here come the Sony Xperia Z4 — the ultimate rival of the Microsoft’s Surface Pro. Sony took the foggy road of overturning the market in favor of Android Tablets.
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