Sony's Tablet S is an Android tablet with a unique form factor, similar to that of a folded back magazine. The Tablet S has integration with both Sony's home entertainment devices and any Sony Entertainment Network. The Tablet S also sports a Tegra 2 chipset which, being Playstation Certified, allows it to play classic games from the original Playstation.
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What You Need To Know
- Physical design is supposed to simulate the feeling of a magazine with the front folded backwards, making the tablet easier to hold with one hand
- One of Sony's first two Android tablets
When Sony passed off its Tablet S to us for review, I was more than a little excited. While the company has been a bit slow on getting into the tablet game, the two devices we’ve seen (the Tablet S and the odd, folding Tablet P) have sparked quite a bit of curiosity. It’s not just about the unique designs, either. Sony is one of the few companies with a footprint and ecosystem big enough to potentially take on Apple in this one-horse game. The $499.99 (or $599.99 32GB) Tablet S is the more...
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