Sony Tablet S

Sony’s PlayStation Store opens for Tablet S users

If you're part of a considerable chunk of Tablet S users who bought Sony's Honeycomb tablet on the promise of classic PlayStation games coming soon, you're in luck. Today Sony has added the first round of original PS1 games to the PlayStation Store, and Tablet S owners can download them now. Prices start at a reasonable $5.99 a pop.

Sony Video Unlimited now available on Tablet S, coming to other devices

Are Netflix, HBO GO, movie rentals from the Android Market and a half-dozen other video solutions just not enough for you? Well take heart movie buff, Sony Video Unlimited is available now for the Tablet S, and it'll be coming to other Android devices soon. What's interesting here is that Sony isn't limiting its distribution to its own tablets and phones - other manufacturers will be supported as well.

Sony’s Tablet S and Tablet P get Japanese 3G versions on October 28th

Sony's first entries into the Honeycomb tablet market, the creatively-named Tablet S and Tablet P, are getting mobile broadband versions in their home market. Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo will start selling 3G versions of both devices on October 28th. On this side of the Pacific, the Tablet S is only available in a WiFi version, and the dual-screen tablet P is still a complete no-show.

Sony Tablet S teardown: wedge shape reveals unique hardware

The Sony Tablet S was built in the shape of a wedge to fit the hands of users and to provide them with a form factor that they would be comfortable with using for extended periods of time. The center of gravity of the hardware is focused more heavily towards the thicker edge, where the user's palm would be when holding the device. The teardown of the device reveals some structural differences from the typical Android tablet to accommodate the design.

Sony Tablet S Available for Pre-Order Now, Ships on September 16

It appears that Sony's latest Android effort, that being the Sony Tablet S, will be on sale soon, currently showing up in several online shops for pre-order and shipping on the 16th of September. This device is one that we've reviewed in full here on Android Community and whose close cousin the Sony Tablet P we've also got a full hands-on with as well. Lucky you, the first of these two tablet devices will be in your hands in less than a month if store information proves to be completely correct. Will the awesome uniqueness of this tablet set offset the costs which rival all other Android tablets?

Android Community Weekly: September 3, 2011

To start off September, we have a massive amount of tech news to present in this issue of Android Community Weekly! Sunday, the Samsung Galaxy S II LTE and Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE were officially announced. Later on, we ran across a recently initiated build of CyanogenMod 7 for none other than the HP TouchPad. Which build will have full functionality first? CM7 or the Android 3.2 (Honeycomb) port that’s also in the works?

Sony Tablet S Review

After plenty of awesome Sony commercials the time has finally come for Sony to release their much hyped Android Honeycomb tablets. After just recently been officially named the Sony Tablet S and Tablet P they are now ready to rock. Today Sony has announced both the Tablet S and P devices and luckily I've been enjoying the Tablet S for a few days and have a full rundown and review for your viewing pleasure.

Sony Tablet P Hands-on [Video]

Today Sony has officially announced and unveiled both the Sony Tablet S as well as the popular Sony Tablet P. Until now these were known as the S1 and S2 but recently earned official names. We told you about the Sony S2 clamshell being named the Tablet P earlier this week and now that Sony has officially announced these devices we were lucky enough to get some pics and hands-on video for everyone to check out after the break.

Sony S2 Clamshell Tablet to be named Sony Tablet P

Today we have a few new details on the new line up of Android Honeycomb tablets from Sony. Previously known as the S1 and S2 tablets, we are now hearing they've decided on a few official names for these tablets. First the S1 is the 10.1" standard tablet and will be called the Sony Tablet S, then we have that dual-screen clamshell tablet they've been calling the S2.
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