The Tablet S is the first Android-based device certified for the PlayStation Store, giving you access to many original PlayStation games. The interface is familiar to PlayStation users, but the game quality is pretty bad overall.
This one is actually a freebie. But although it sparks a bit of nostalgia, its image quality isn't updated to take advantage of Tegra 2's GPU.
Jet Moto 2
None of the games we purchased from the PlayStation Store are even remotely satisfying when it comes to image quality. Truly, we're spoiled.
- DLNA Certification And A Remote Control Catch Our Eyes
- Meet Sony's Tablet S (SGPT111US/S And SGPT112US/S)
- Tablet S: The Layout
- Sony's Android Skin: An Aesthetically-Clean Design
- Tablet S: A Keyboard With A Number Pad
- Multimedia Applications
- The Universal Remote Control
- DLNA (UPnP) And "Throwing" Media
- Sony's On-Demand Services: Music Unlimited And Video Unlimited
- PlayStation Store: Unimpressive Tablet Games
- Graphics Performance: Tegra 2
- Display Quality: Color Gamut
- Display Quality: Black And White Uniformity
- Camera Quality: Shooting Indoors And Outdoors
- Benchmark Results: Real-World
- Battery Life And Recharge Time
- Wireless Performance
- Sony's Tablet S: The Multimedia Enthusiast's Best Bet