Modern Electronics rolling out new Sony Xperia



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Published — Wednesday 16 January 2013

Last update 16 January 2013 12:08 am

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Modern Electronics Co. Ltd/Sony, a subsidiary of the Al-Faisaliah Group and Sony, a leading consumer electronics brand — has launched its new tablet Sony Xperia.
With its modern technologies and unique features, it is one of the most innovative tablets.
This distinct device sports a new style of fun and enhances family entertainment through its specifications such as original applications, a wide range of unique accessories and, of course, powerful and fast performance.
Sony Xperia tablet has various models corresponding with each individual user’s desires and requirements.
One model is equipped with a WiFi service with storage capacities of 16 GB, while another model (WiFi with 3G) has storage capacities of 16 GB and 64 GB.
All models come equipped with an SD card slot to increase the storage space of the tablet.
Sony Xperia tablet has a slim body made of solid, light aluminum for more comfort and entertainment everywhere.
Besides this, it has a special anti-spray design and an anti-fingerprint, highly sensitive touch screen. The device is equipped with a remote control feature which is applicable to most devices in the home.
The new Macro function enables users to program the remote control device to perform various tasks only through the tough of a finger.
As for the applications which make Sony Xperia tablet distinct from other tablets, they are programmed based on the desires of users.
For example, Social Life application is a smart and fun tool which provides users with a unique experience that enriches their way of life by simultaneously managing all their activities on social networking sites on the same screen. Guest Mode enables family members or friends to use the device and log in the applications only pre-determined by the device original user. As for multimedia, Sony Xperia provides three different applications.
Users can enjoy video content with a high sound and image quality through the Movies application.

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