GR - "Sony has revealed additional details on their PlayStation certified tablets, including the release window for the device."
Too expensive, especially when you can get an iPad for the same price or less. The only thing these have got going for them is the fact that they are PlayStation-certified, and I don't think that's going to count for much when you look at Xperia Play sales.
I really don't like the shape of them either. One has a Nintendo DS-type layout which is annoying when you consider it's a tablet. Then the other has that curve that they say is supposed to feel like a folded magazine. Well I personally hate that feeling and I usually have to squish down the folded part because it annoys me so much...
but the ds layout could run nds roms if made.
@raiden I guess but that's not really what I would want to do when I buy a touchpad
Well said gaffy. I liked the idea of the Xperia but had no faith in the product to actually survive and work. Having said that, these are certainly...uhmmm...interestin g to look at? Especially that fancy one that closes...Riiiight actually that one looks to me like the worst design for a tablet yet. YAY! Now I too can watch a movie with a big black line going right through the center of the image.
LOL how dare you compare Android to iPad? I am willing to pay more to get a better OS in every aspect.
Oled screen are foldable and bend and twist and keep an amazing image.... I see the future with a foldable single screen tablet, until then i will never Don A Man Purse just to have a big Screen thing that doesnt do too much more than my iphone ...... I Picture a nice Tablet that rolls up like a scroll and fits in your pocket, or like a a tube on the side of your phone that you can pull out the monitor and it clicks into a stable form
That other one in the picture looks like a psp sized nintendo ds without buttons or a d-pad lol!
No buttons? FAIL
These will fail unfortunately
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