In the midst of the week long Playstation Network downtime, Sony revealed some new products that may attract players and consumers the world round. If you like Tablet devices and video games, then you'll be happy to hear what Sony just unveiled today.
Freshly reported by Kotaku, the media giant just revealed two new devices, the S1 and S2. Both platforms will carry the Sony "Playstation Certified" Label, and will allow players to play PS1 games and other Sony approved apps and software specifically tailored for the mobile units.
UPDATE: What you see above is the S1, A standard shaped touch screen tablet akin to an iPad. It's 9.4 inches in size, and pretty much works like any touch screen device. More pics from this link here.
UPDATE: The S2 on the other hand is going to be a unit that is shaped like a Nintendo DS and can fold into a clamshell. It has a 1024 x 480 display, and both screens of the unit are 5.5 inches in size. More info and screens can be seen over here via Kotaku.
This is still fresh and ongoing news, so for more scoops and updates, check out the stories from the source posts at Kotaku, with the S1 Link here and the S2 Link here.
UPDATE: Here's the official trailer of the Tablets from Sony themselves...
The S1 and S2 are expected to hit this Fall, with no price available yet. Both are powered by Andrioid 3.0 tech, and have wifi as well as 3G and 4G connectivity.
*Originally posted by Timzster in The Crusader's Realm