Sony gearing up for S1 and S2 tablets with ads

Subject: General Tech, Mobile | June 19, 2011 - 12:22 AM |
Tagged: tablet, sony, S2, S1

We are going to see quite a few Android-based tablets come out in the next few months as the flood gates open for tablet creators. We have been reporting on strong rumors have been pointing to Amazon stepping in the tablet space to extend their Kindle portfolio this fall. Amazon is generally very successful when they decide to step in the market, yet that did not deter Sony from preparing to dive in to the tablet space as well. Sony are preparing to launch a 9-inch tablet and a dual screen 5.5-inch tablet in the autumn and to build hype they have released a video ad campaign to build hype for that event.

This “Two Will” Pass

As you can tell from watching the video, it says little about the product except that they slide really quickly, absolutely love someone, cast ominous shadows, and can kill action figures with lightbulb mind bullets. Sony did mention that this is just the first episode of five so it is possible that their later videos may be more informative. However, if you just want to see what an Echochrome 2-esque city has to do with Android tablet then be sure to watch the next four commercials.

 

Source: Tom's Guide
June 19, 2011 | 04:04 PM - Posted by djotter (not verified)

Do you think the 'lightbulb mind bullet' may be . . .

http://hackaday.com/2011/03/10/youll-shoot-your-eye-out-with-a-1mw-laser...

:p

June 20, 2011 | 04:07 AM - Posted by Scott Michaud

It just might be...

... though Tenacious D is signed with Sony BMG. Young Nasty Man? Maybe...

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