111w ago - Today Program Manager Paul Viglienzone of Strategic Business Development has announced that PS Store for PlayStation-certified devices is now available on Sony's Tablet S.
To quote: We'd like to share an exciting update regarding PlayStation Suite. As you're aware, PlayStation Suite is focused on delivering the world of PlayStation to Android-based PlayStation Certified devices.
The official PlayStation Store for PlayStation Certified devices launches today in nine countries, including the US and Canada. It is available immediately on Sony Corporation's "Sony Tablet S." At launch, 10 PSone games will be available on the PlayStation Store for $5.99 each.
A great line-up of PSone classics and favorites will be available on the PS Store for PlayStation Certified devices at launch, including the following titles available for the Sony Tablet S:
• Cool Boarders
• Destruction Derby
• Hot Shots Golf 2
• Jet Moto
• Jet Moto 2
• Jumping Flash!
• Motor Toon Grand Prix
• Rally Cross
• Wild Arms
Installing the PS Store is easy. Sony Tablet S owners will receive a notification letting you know that the PS Store has opened and is available for download. From there, simply...
118w ago - Today Sony confirmed that their upcoming PlayStation Suite Tablet is set for a September 2011 release at a hefty price of $500 retail.
To quote from ShackNews.com (linked above): "Sony will be releasing the first of its PlayStation Suite-compatible tablets in September, the company has announced. The Tablet S will release in September, starting at $499 for the 16GB model.
A 32GB model will also be available for $599. The device will be able to download and play PlayStation games, with customizable controls for ease of use.
GamesIndustry.biz reports that the Tablet P, a clam-shell design with two smaller screens, will follow in November. As previously announced, both are Android-powered with 3G capabilities. The Tablet S includes one 9.4-inch screen, while the P sports two 5.5-inch screens.
"We want to prove it's not who makes it first that counts, but who makes it better," said Sony president Howard Stringer at the IFA conference."