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Sony Enters Tablet Market with Two Honeycomb Devices

Sony Enters Tablet Market with Two Honeycomb Devices

Sony has announced at a press conference this morning that they plan to bring to market two Honeycomb tablets this year. The two tablets are called the S1 and the S2, both of which are still codenames according to Sony. We wrote about the S1 and Sony's CEO alerting us that they will be entering the market with a tablet earlier in the month. It turns out today is the day we get more details on those plans.

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Sony S2 Honeycomb dual-display and VAIO Windows 7 slider tablets tipped

Sony S2 Honeycomb dual-display and VAIO Windows 7 slider tablets tipped

Sony's tablet ambitions extend to more than just the S1 in 2011, according to the latest batch of rumors. Loose lips have been flapping, and tipped a dual-touchscreen Android 3.0 Honeycomb clamshell internally known as the Sony S2, along with a 9.4-inch Windows 7 VAIO slider, for release in around Q4 2011. According to Engadget's sources, the Sony S2 will have a pair of 5.5-inch displays sandwiched into an oval cross-section hinged chassis, running a heavily customized Honeycomb install on Tegra 2.

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Sony PlayStation 4 Still Five Years Away?

Sony PlayStation 4 Still Five Years Away?

The Sony PlayStation 3 has been around for awhile now. In tech years, it could be like a hundred years old. But when it came out in 2006 the machine was meant to be so advanced that it would have a lifecycle of ten years versus six years like its predecessors the PS2 and PS1. But now reaching its halfway point, could Sony ponder pushing forth a PS4 sooner than later? Most signs confirm a negative.

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Sony flagship ES Receivers and Blu-ray player debut

Sony flagship ES Receivers and Blu-ray player debut

Sony has revealed its latest range of A/V receivers and Blu-ray players, with the new models having a custom integration focus.  The Sony STR-DA3600ES, STR-DA4600ES and STR-DA5600ES all support multi-room playback, with 7.1-channels, HDMI 1.4a inputs/outputs and 3D support, while the STR-DN2010 is set up for a single room.  Meanwhile there's also the Sony BDP-S1700ES, a Full HD 1080p Blu-ray player with 3D support, integrated WiFi b/g/n and upscaling.

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Marantz SA-15S2 Reference SACD player, Gold Finishes for Golden Ears

Marantz SA-15S2 Reference SACD player, Gold Finishes for Golden Ears

SACD is still alive and live. I wasn’t expecting a new Sony’s ES series SACD player but they surprised us with one last month. You would think they ditch the DSD technology after a huge score in the new standard of High resolution Blu-Ray format. Not so, Marantz too, has announced successor to its SA-11s Reference SACD-CD player with SA-15S in Japan.

The JVC DLA-RS2 LCOS 1080p gets reviewed

The JVC DLA-RS2 LCOS 1080p gets reviewed

JVS last 1080p projector with D-ILA technology, DLA-RS1, was a big hit despite the oversaturated color dispute among the videophiles. The successor RS2 doubled the NATIVE contrast ratio to a whopping 30,000:1. It also added Vertical Stretch support for anamorphic lens fanatic, 1.3b hdmi spec for deep color and motorized zoom and focus. What’s not compare to presuccessor is the lumens spec drop and price increment.

PlayStation 4 will not have native PS3 compatibility

PlayStation 4 will not have native PS3 compatibility

In case you've somehow missed the news, Sony just revealed some details about the highly anticipated PlayStation 4. We're still waiting for the good stuff, but we've just learned the details on an important question: backwards compatibility. Today Gaikai's CEO Dave Perry confirmed that the Playstation 4 will not have native backwards compatibility with the PS3, at least not in the usual aspect.

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Amazon Expects To Sell 3 Million Tablets In Fall?

Amazon Expects To Sell 3 Million Tablets In Fall?

We haven't heard much recently about the rumored Amazon tablets codenamed Hollywood and Coyote, but that's because it's the calm before the storm. The tablets are indeed brewing and new supplier information suggests that Amazon expects to ship as much as 3 million units this fall.

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