Originally Posted by SWFlyerUK
Ues, it's a known issue - the default browser is very buggy which is why I've installed Chrome and disabled the stock browser.
The device has a Tegra 3 CPU which actually has '5' cores. 1 clocked at 1.3ghz when you're web browsing, listening to music and 4 other cores clocked at 1.4ghz for when your playing intensive games like GTA Vice City or Modern Combat.
Most other Tegra devices are only clocked at 1.3ghz which is why the Xperia Tab has a bit of a umph on benchmarks.
How do you disable and re enable ?
I use chrome but i have default browser still enabled.
Ofc using chrome does't change thing it can still shutdown like least once a day.
browser was slow untill today when aplied some tweaks that if found here.
Anyway you think this tablet gonna be perfectly stable with next update or in future ?
Sony's Xperia Tablet S family uses Nvidia's Tegra 3 SoC which has an integral CPU rated 1.4 GHz maximum for single-core operation and 1.3 GHz maximum for multi-core operation. So the GHz rating you read depends on whether the advertiser is stating the CPU's single-core or multi-core rating.
I cannot provide any feedback on the stock browser used on the Xperia Tablet S tablet because I do not own one; I own Sony Tablet S tablets.
If you happen to life nearby in Netherlands, Enschede you can come try out.
I can find my tablet back anyway using anti theft :P