About the Sony S2 tablet. Read on.
To date, Apple is the leading manufacturer of the number one tablet today which is the ipAd.
Sony, a Japan-based company on the other hand is the leading manufacturer of the number one game specific device which is the PSP. But brace your selves, Sony, is yet to release a tablet of their own. It’s been a few months that Sony revealed their S1 and S2 tablets.
So how are these tablets different from Apple’s iPad? Let me walk you through a sneak peek of these features and tell me why AT&T needs to be the sole carrier Sony’s S2?
Sony S1 tablet’s functionality is compatible to the PlayStation and with the level of portable gaming that exists with Sony’s PSP, iPad gaming will now be in its extinction stage.
S2 is multifunctional and uniquely it is a dual-screen tablet. Because of its dual-screen, AT&T is attracted and finds it appealing.
Mike Lucas, the Senior Vice President of Networked Technology and Services Division of Sony says the company is pleased to be working with AT&T.
AT&T will be able to deliver the speed essential for the S2 tablet’s functions and features. What a perfect match, Sony’s S2 Android tablet and AT&T’s speed.
This was confirmed via PRNewsire since it has been suspected in an FCC report sneaking a quick look on S2. How much is AT&T offering Sony for S2?
There aren’t any rumors of how much AT&T will be offering Sony for the S2 Android tablet.
So when can we have these Sony tablets? As of the moment there is no confirmation of its release date.
How much could S2 cost us? With a competitive market, pricing for S2 is critical.
If customers can’t afford one maybe they will just go for the more well-known iPad; or if they want more games then they can have the PSP which is generally game specific.
But how do you feel about AT&T launching the device?
The carrier’s high 4G and mobile broadband will be advantageous for Sony.
Currently, AT&T has over 20,000 hot spots across the nation.
With that speed, Sony’s exceptional graphics will be emphasized through online gaming and video streaming which could become a key feature of S2.
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