Tag Archives: Tablet S
Mon, Feb 27, 2012 | 22:49 GMT
Compatible Android devices will soon benefit from “content which has been newly created for the PlayStation Suite and PlayStation Store”, Sony Mobile chief marketing officer Steve Walker announced at the Mobile World Congress 2012.
Wed, Jan 04, 2012 | 03:00 GMT
Sony has cut the price of the Tablet S in the US by $100 just three months after launch. the PlayStation-branded tablet, which was recently updated with support for Dual Shock controllers, is now priced at $400 for the 16GB version and $500 for the 32GB model. The tablet sports a Tegra chip, is Android based, and is part of a range of devices certified to work with the PlayStation Suite.
Tue, Dec 20, 2011 | 10:57 GMT
Engadget reports the latest Japanese firmware update for Sony’s Tablet S added support for the PlayStation 3′s Dual Shock controllers. The controller apparently works wirelessly after initial, wired ste up and works with PlayStation Suite certified titles. Japanese gamers have been provided with a free game to celebrate the addition. The Tablet P has not been so fortunate. If your streaming-games-service-sense are tingling, you’re not alone. That’s the smell of the future, that is.