As the video shows, the S1 will be the first tablet to run Sony’s PlayStation Suite software, an application that provides access to Sony PlayStaton certified games and content, such as the Green Hornet trailer spotted in the video.
Video isn't working for me.
Blutooth and compatibility with their DS3 and I might consider one.
(0_0) ! I guess that means NO Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 for me* *the real reason is because Samsung gimped the tablet before the US launch.. should've left it the way it was(Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1v).
that screen is nice. will it run diablo 3?
Sony copied the style Metro from Microsoft.
Actually, looks like a slightly wider and more "3d" version of PSN.
Take PS3 out of your gamer tags "joex", as it's apparent from you ONLY trolling Playstation articles that you are some weird kind of fanboy or something. I agree with the above poster, Dualshock 3 support would be awesome for this device. If I do get a tablet at any point it will probably be a Sony or Samsung. Android is obviously the way to go with the crazy apple DRM. Personally, I prefer laptops though and real buttons in general. If I were to get a tablet it would be purely supplementary.
"Android is obviously the way to go with the crazy apple DRM" lol, that comment made my day. yes, apple is disgusting with their DRM extortions and suits (and shouldn't be touched with ten foot pole), but... compared to sony apple almost doesn't care about DRM. sony is biggest pusher of DRM. and as proponent of FOSS, hell will froze over when i buy sony device loaded with promise of open OS (fool me once...). well, hell will froze before i buy another sony device anyway.
I personally like sony devices, at least gaming devices, however I will take what you said into consideration. I forgot about their crazy DRM ambitions and rather unsavory supposed actions. I still think they make some good stuff though and I love their gaming division.
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