Sony launched Tablet D along with Tablet S and Tablet P at the IFA 2011. Tablet D comes equipped with a 9.4 inch display that uses Sony’s patented TruBlack technology that shows richer colors and improved contrast compared to various tablets available in the market.
Tablet D from Sony is the first tablet in the market that has the ability to transmit pictures and video to a DLNA TV wirelessly which is rather impressive. However to transfer content to the tablet, you will require the included USB data cable which is also used to charge the tablet.
Sony Tablet D comes with an array of ports, including headphone jack, USB port, power on / off button and a volume control bar. Sony has also included a different interface which is better and smoother than the Samsung’s TouchWiz, thanks to the Sony Quick Touch technology.
This new technology allows you to interact with the elements on the display with a slight touch of your finger tips. Yes, the display is that sensitive.
A cheaper alternative to the Sony Tablet D is Packard Bell G100 or Acer Iconia A500. [pictures via notebookitalia]