Sony's Xperia Tablet Z, a 10.1-inch Android tablet that Sony claims is the world's thinnest. It features the same OmniBalance design as Sonys Xperia Z smartphone and measures just at 6.9 mm thick. The tablet, which weighs just 495 grams, is also the first tablet to feature Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 Pro asynchronous quad core processor and can withstand being immersed in up to three feet of water for up to 30 minutes.
Did EE Times send any of their Reporters to MWC ?Frankly I am disappointed with the meagre coverage so far of MWC in EE Times. MWC is after all the biggest Show for Mobiles and most bigshots like Samsung, QC etc. display their new technologies there.
From the looks of what her hand is doing having to stretch to the size of holding that tablet with one hand, I suspect we are looking at a whole new class of hand injury (ala Carpal Tunnel) that will be affecting those trying to replicate her feat over long periods of time. May be a bit easier for some men with larger hands, but I think the 7" form factor (along with weight) would be a struggle, let alone doing it with an 8" device.
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