Sony S1 And S2 Tablet Have Playstation Buttons

Posted: Apr 28 2011, 2:52pm CDT | by , in News | Tablets

 
Sony S1 and S2 Tablet have Playstation Buttons

Sony announced their Android Tablets this week. In a promo video the S1 and S2 are shown with Playstation Buttons.

Sony unveiled this week the Sony S1 and Sony S2 Android tablets. Both of the tablets will hit the market this fall. Earlier this year Sony announced the new PSP dubbed NGP, which will be released at the end of the year.

In a promo video for the S1 and S2 tablets Sony shows off how the gaming interface will look like on the new tablets. Guess what you will have Playstation buttons. Of course they are software buttons, but it looks cool. The S2 with its two 5.5-inch screens actually competes directly with the Nintendo DSi. Looking at the Sony S1, S2 and the NGP together, than Sony will have a very strong gaming device line-up this holiday season.

Sony will take Android games to the next level with these three devices. Remember that Sony said that the Sony NGP supports Android based games.

Why is this important:
The iPad and iPhone are seen to gain market share in the video game market. Sony and Nintendo need to act. It looks like Sony's gaming experience will help them sell tablets and counter the gaming trend on the Apple devices.

You can watch the Sony Promo video that got uploaded several times to Youtube below.

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