Sony officially announces Xperia Tablet Z; slimmer than the iPad Mini

The Xperia Tablet Z is thinner than the iPad Mini and packs NFC and LTE support. Will the Tablet Z help Sony gain some more ground in the tablet market?

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21 - Jan - 2013
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21 - Jan - 2013
 
Sony officially announces Xperia Tablet Z; slimmer than the iPad...

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Sony says the new tablet is intended for the Japenese market where it will hit this spring. Sony hasn't revealed the official pricing or the global release of the tablet zWhere to buy 42999 43699, but is expected to be available in Q1 2013.

Source: Sony Japan