Posted April 26, 2011 by Chris Reincher in Tech News

Sony reveals two PlayStation Suite-compatible Android tablets

Well it seems that two more PlayStation Suite-compatible devices are joining the Xperia Play.


Last night, Sony officially unveiled the S1 and S2 tablets, both running Android 3.0.

The S1 is the tablet has a back panel that tapers downward, which is supposed to make it more comfortable, made to feel sort of like a magazine, and a 9.4-inch screen. The S2 is the Nintendo DS of tablets, with two 5.5″ screens in a clamshell case, allowing one screen to be used as a soft keyboard.

Both tablets will feature PlayStation Suite, so people will be able to play selected PSOne games on the devices, with virtual controls. Both Sony Tablets (in a rare moment of sensible naming convention, “Sony Tablet” is the name of the line) will be out this fall globally.With no word yet as of pricing we wonder how much this will put us in the hole.

In addition to the PlayStation Suite, both devices will aos be compatible with Sony’s online music services and its e-book store. Both run on Android 3.0, and have wi-fi, 3G and 4G connectivity.


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