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Next Generation Sony PlayStation-Certified Xperia Tablet Leaked

Gadgehit.com writes: "Images of the next generation Sony Xperia tablet have been leaked via a German website. The new Xperia tablet will be PlayStation Certified according to the data on the presentation slides (the most important of which you can view inside)."

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MuleKick2736d ago

Seems pretty awesome. But i wouldn't count on it as a PS4 accessory. It's way too expensive to be an add on. But it could have its benefits.

Hoje03082736d ago

There are already phones that have more power than this. The Xperia line always uses dated tech.

hellvaguy2736d ago (Edited 2736d ago )

This Xperia is reported to be equiped with a Targa 3 chip. Thats the most advanced quad-core mobile chip. No U.S. cell phone has that right now.

I guess Im confused where your getting your "dated tech" theory, Hoje0308.

KillNr3load142736d ago

@hellvaguy

Tegra 3 is not the most advanced quad-core chip.The reason that tegra is not in U.S phones is because it doesnt support Lte or haspa* 42.

Hoje03082736d ago

@hellvaguy
As Killr3load already said, the Tegra (yep, that's how you spell it) is not the most advanced chip on the market. You could find that chip in phones late this previous winter and in tablets months before that. Samsung already has a quad-core Exynos and will soon bring out the first chips based on ARM's A15 architecture. Meanwhile, Qualcomm has the dual-core S4 which bests the Tegra 3 system-on-chip in certain areas. This will be followed by the S4 Pro- a quad-core chip coupled with the Adreno 320 GPU- later this fall. With the exception of the dual-core S4, all of these chips will destroy Tegra 3 and they will be either on the market or close to it by the time Sony releases this tablet. This is typical of Sony though; they make phones and tablets that already sound a bit dated at the time of announcement that become strictly mid-range devices (at best) by the time they're actually released. I love their consoles but, when it comes to the mobile market, Sony is second rate.

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jidery2736d ago (Edited 2736d ago )

@hellvaguy, here is a list of devices that have Tegra 3

ASUS Transformer Pad 300, Asus Nexus 7, Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime, IdeaTab K2 / LePad K2, Acer Iconia Tab A510, Acer Iconia Tab A700, LG Optimus 4X HD, HTC One X, ZTE Era, ZTE PF 100, ZTE T98, Toshiba AT270, Toshiba AT300 (Excite 10), Asus Tablet 610, Fuhu Inc. nabi 2 Tablet, Tesla Model S, ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity 700 (TF700T), Ouya.

As you can see, most Tegra 3 is in a LOT of devices, ranging from Phones, to Tablets, even to cars.

Tegra 3 devices date all the way back to early 2012.

While Tegra 3 isn't exactly dated, its nothing new.

kreate2736d ago

Playstation certified?

gaffyh2737d ago

It looks like this might connect with the PS4, because the IR control is very much like the Wii-U.

fei-hung2736d ago

Is it just me or am I missing something?! They are reporting IR functionality as something new, but I have the Tablet S and it already acts as a remote control for pretty much any device in the house through IR.

It also allows you to throw content onto your TV via DNLA.

taquito2736d ago

lol......its the ps4, finally

Gorbenshore2736d ago (Edited 2736d ago )

Awesome news

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