As it turns out the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet went up for pre-order at Verizon this morning, and if you wanted to get your hands on one you now have the opportunity to do so. Verizon is all about helping you understand more about the new Xperia Z2 Tablet as well which is why they wanted to provide a very informative and helpful video, that gives little facts and data about Sony’s new tablet bound for Big Red. OK, so the video is more of an overview than a lengthy informative breakdown but all the same it does the job of telling you a little bit more about it. This way, we suppose, that you can make a tad bit more of an informed decision on whether or not you should drop the cash to pick it up.
They go over a few interesting key points about what the Xperia Z2 Tablet has to offer those who pick it up, with the most obvious feature plugs being the water and dust resistance just in case you get happen to drop in the dirt then accidentally spill your bottle of water on it afterwards. Don’t worry, the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet can handle it. It also carries a triluminos display and the S-Force front surround audio, so whether you’re watching a really awesome movie or playing a game at home or on the go, the Xperia Z2 can provide you with a top quality visual and audio experiences for both scenarios. Speaking of games, the video mentions the awesome compatibility that the Xperia Z2 Tablet has with the PS4(and likely the PS3), allowing users to connect up with their friends via the PSN, and even connect your PS4 controller to play so you can challenge your friends anytime and anywhere.
It also provides you with second screen access, although I wouldn’t confuse this with the remote play feature offered by the PS Vita. The Xperia Z2 Tablet is running a Snapdragon 801 under the hood so it can definitely handle any gaming you have to throw at it, and the 3GB of RAM sure won’t hurt either. Since this is the Verizon Wireless model of the device, it’s 4G LTE ready which makes it a little less limiting when it comes to using things that require data. You can pick it up for $499 on a 2-year contract or go without signing up if you prefer to pay the $599.