Sony’s Upcoming Tablets Will Be A Great New Addition To Your Best Home Theater Room


The best home theater has many types of gadgets that can integrate very well together and offer the consumer much more control over how we watch movies, TV shows and even keeping us connected with all the various kinds of social media. Now there is another gadget coming soon from Sony which is the S1 and S2 tablets. There is an interesting video by Sony showing the tablets in article link posted below.


In the last several decades, Sony has been known for its esoteric commercials featuring inanimate objects doing extraordinary things that often reflect design elements that inspired the featured product. In other instances, Sony advertisements are a visual odyssey meant to inspire the consumer, and are only loosely related to the product in question. The Japanese company has released another bizarre video in a five-part series on YouTube, dubbed “Two Will,” which teases the upcoming S1 and S2 tablets.

In contrast to the darker, shadow play-themed video in part one, this one presents a more complicated Rube Goldberg-like contraption. Bouncing colorful balls cause the S1 tablet to roll sideways on a track, which is set up with rubber “fingers” that compose an e-mail message in the Android (Honeycomb) operating system. The message “Comfort with the smooth touch” is labeled below. The mind should be boggled at this point, but perhaps it’s a svelte way to say communication is fast and easy. We’ll see about that.


This will be intersting to see what the new Sony tablets will offer alongside other tablets that are on the market.


What are your thoughts or opinions about the new Sony Tablets?



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