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Sony Mobile and Verizon Wireless announce the Xperia Z2 Tablet

Xperia Z2 TabletBoth Sony Mobile and Verizon Wireless have come together to announce that they will be bringing the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet to folks living in the US, and if you so happen to be a Verizon customer, you will be able to place a pre-order for the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet from July 10 onward. Just what can we expect from this particular device, and should you actually take it into consideration if you are going to pick up a tablet?

The Xperia Z2 Tablet is touted to be a premium device that is capable of handling just about all of life’s everyday surprises. After all, it measures just 0.25” slim while tipping the scales at less than a pound, which means that toting the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet around would not be a burden at all – far from it, you would most probably want to parade it for all and sundry to see.

Sporting an extremely speedy Snapdragon 801 processor underneath the hood to get the job done, even when faced with the most intensive of tasks, Sony has also enhanced this particular tablet with their latest battery saving technology to make sure that you get to enjoy long-lasting performance in order to have it keep up with your daily activities. The 6000mAh battery plus STAMINA Mode is touted to be able to help you get through longer than expected days of travel, delivering up to 10 hours of multimedia use.

Your eyes too, will appreciate the 10.1” Full HD TRILUMINOS display with Live Color LED technology, while your ears will definitely be tickled fancy with Sony’s Front Surround audio technology that allows it to channel powerful, dynamic sound the way it was intended to be heard. When talking to others with the Xperia Z2 Tablet, digital noise cancelling support will be able to help minimize background noise, even when you’re on the move.

Any takers for this tablet from Verizon? It is a refreshing change from the usual iPad after all.