He added: "that doesn't mean that we're applying it to smart phones and tablets at this point in time, but it's been designed with expandability in mind.". But why would Sony design it with "expandability in mind" and then not act on it? Sounds to us like it's only a matter of time until we see a Vita range of smart phones and tablets. The company did just buy out Ericsson from its mobile side, after all, and new boss Hirai, who takes over on 1 April, is from the PlayStation side of things at Sony.
Sony Ericsson incurred losses of £206m last year, so Sony will doubtless want to do everything it can to turn round its ailing phone business, Would you buy a Vita handset or tablet? And would Sony be right to plough its own furrow, or should it stick with Android? Let us know in the comments below, or on our Facebook page, Some Sony executives have let slip that it could port its Vita operating system to mobiles and tablets, Will it turn its back on Android?, The PS Vita's success as a games system is far from secure, iphone x screen protector qoo10 but Sony has just hinted that it might make tablets and smart phones using the Vita operating system..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. That's high irony. Amazon is hardly a hardware company. And certainly a far cry from the likes of Motorola, Dell, Sony, Toshiba, Samsung, and Asus. All of which have failed to come up with a blockbuster Android alternative to the iPad. (Samsung and Asus have had limited success, but nothing that rivals the iPad in numbers.). Here's what Deutsche Bank's Chris Whitmore said this week in a research note below a heading entitled "No iPad-killer in this bunch.".
Analyst unsure about Android: "In the past 12 months, the tablet market has been flooded with a slew of Android-based devices; none of which have matched the success of the iPad, From a hardware perspective, it is clear most offerings are 'me-too' with iphone x screen protector qoo10 little to no differentiation.", Whitmore continues, "We continue to believe these Android-based 'iPad-killers' will fall short, Many [device makers] seem to agree and are shifting their efforts on Win8 based tablets, which should ship in 2H12 (second half 2012)."..
And this week that shift gained some velocity when Microsoft provided more clarity about Windows 8 on ARM in fairly exacting detail. Waiting for a Windows 8 tablet: Personally, I'm anxious to get my hands on a Win 8 tablet from, say, Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Sony, or Samsung. Why? My experience (going on two months now) with the Motorola-Verizon XyBoard 10.1 (aka, Xoom 2) running Android 3.2 has been less than satisfying (though I do love Motorola's thin, lightweight design). In short, Android on my XyBoard doesn't have the reliability of iOS on my iPad 2.
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