Some Sony Xperia Z4 owners considered that the product was thin. Notebookcheck.net mentioned “The thinnest and lightest 10-inch tablet, has the designation” in their Sony Xperia Z4 review and scored it 85 out of 100. Notebookcheck.net also said “Thin, light, waterproof, powerful and top features – this is familiar for Sony tablets nowadays”. Expert review site Wired.co.uk said also in September last year “It's slimmer and lighter and available for a similar price” in their Sony Xperia Z4 review and gave it a rating of 80 out of 100.
A number of customers wrote in their reviews that this tablets was compact. Pcadvisor.co.uk said on PC Advisor.co.uk “Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact”. Engadget.com mentioned in their review “Z3 Tablet Compact were two of 2014's best”. Mobilechoiceuk.com scored it 90 out of 100 and said last year “Their Z3 Tablet Compact last year was well received” in their review of this tablets.
One person wrote that this tablets was lightweight. Expert review site Ouritdept.co.uk wrote “The Xperia Z4 shows a lot of promise as a thin and lightweight device that offers great specs under the hood”.
One Sony Xperia Z4 owner who purchased it thought it was a good body shape. expert review site Ubergizmo.com mentioned in their review of this tablets “A device with great performance powered by the fastest Qualcomm processor (Snapdragon 810), featuring a stunning display and packaged in a sleek body that is 50 g lighte”.
One person who reviewed this tablets considered that it was heavy and bulky. Ubergizmo.com wrote “Not any more as a heavy laptop” in their review of the Sony Xperia Z4.