Sony Tablet Provides New Features for Android Users

As you know, there are lots of entrants in the tablet industry and devices need to stand out from the pack. We want to make sure you are up-to-speed on some the more interesting ones that have come to market recently. The adoption of digital devices is continuing to increase, with more hardware features designed for portable and interactive reading experiences. At Adobe, we get excited about innovations that shape the way readers consume content.
Sony has a new ergonomically designed tablet, giving customers more choices when reading digital magazines and newspapers. For example, the Sony Tablet™ S is weighted off-center for a better grip. The Sony Tablet™ P is a dual screen clamshell device that will open up and read like a magazine or book. Devices are quickly evolving to adapt to user needs and offer consumers greater choice, which we think will drive publication circulation.

Check out the Sony Tablet device specifications here.

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Adobe and Sony are challenging publishers, developers, and content creators to build breakthrough Adobe AIR apps optimized for the new Sony Tablet devices using Adobe® Flash® Platform tools. With a total of $200,000 in cash prizes, promotion on the Select App website, prerelease access to Sony Tablet devices, this competition is definitely one of the coolest in the industry. Increase your chances to be one of the first selected as a Finalist by submitting your app or app project now! If you haven’t already, there is less than one month to go until October 10 to submit your entry for the Adobe® AIR® App Challenge, Sponsored by Sony, where you can win up to $130,000 for your Adobe AIR app for the new Sony Tablet devices! Go to www.airappchallenge.com to learn more and enter.

Watch this webinar recording to see Sony Tablet and Select App live demos and learn more about how you can optimize your AIR app for Sony Tablet.

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  • By Jenny - 1:50 PM on September 22, 2011  

    Adobe and Sony both are one of my favorite companies but the products are quite expensive!