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New on the Sony Tablet: PlayStation Suite, Music Unlimited and Video Unlimited

by Team Sony 10/19/2011

We have big news to share with Sony Tablet S owners. PlayStation Suite, Music Unlimited and earlier this week Video Unlimited all launched in the US. Tablet owners know one of the best reasons to have the device is the freedom it gives you to take your entertainment on the go and now with these Sony Entertainment Network services up and running there is an expanding world of movies, games and music available on your Sony Tablet S.

With the official PlayStation Suite for certified devices online and ready for  use, Sony Tablet S users have an expanded list of games to access and to make the experience even more seamless your existing PlayStation Network ID and wallet can be put to use too. Check out the PlayStation blog for a complete list of games and how to get the service.

Music Unlimited also just came online in the US. It currently has 10 million commercial free songs and is growing each week. You can even sync your personal music collection as well as playlists from iTunes (using the Music Unlimited PC interface).

Last week also marked the US launch of Video Unlimited. This service gives Sony Tablet S owners access to 40,000 video releases.  This includes blockbusters, currents hits and classic movies from all the major studios, as well as popular TV episodes. I did a quick search for some of my favorite shows old and new, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Parenthood and Walking Dead and found all available seasons ready to download for $1.99 each episode.

Video Unlimited and Music Unlimited are already installed on your Sony Tablet S. Make sure your tablet is running version 3.2 of the Android (Honeycomb) platform. Find information on how to update from the Tablet section on Sony eSupport site. Once that’s done, find the apps on your tablet home screen and open to set up your Sony Entertainment Network account and get started.

We’ll continue to keep you posted on Tablet developments. If you haven’t yet, check out some of the 5 Hot apps we featured last week. If you’ve tried any of these services, what do you think? How are you using your tablet and which of these new services are you most excited about? Leave a comment below.

 

 

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  1. Anonymous wrote: October 19, 2011 11:20am

    i cant seem to read sd card unless i copy files to the table,how can i fix this?

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  2. Anonymous wrote: October 20, 2011 5:39am

    Are the new services available in Germany?

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  3. Anonymous wrote: October 20, 2011 8:34am

    The newly released android app for Music Unlimited for the tablet S does not allow the music to be ‘thrown” via DLNA to Sony’s Homeshare network speakers. Is this an over-site by the developers?

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  4. Anonymous wrote: October 22, 2011 12:03pm

    i like tablet of sony s

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  5. SRSaxena wrote: October 24, 2011 9:53pm

    Thanks Sony!

    These new apps are great. Looking forward to lots of collections added to the unlimited services and also looking forward to more new features on the tablet.

    Suggestions:
    – How about the Desk Clock to match Sony Dash features.
    – The IR remote control to be programmable – say integrating show schedules with IR, similar to Peel on iOS.
    – How about PIP on tablet. Similar to your Google Internet TV. Browse the Internet or tweet while watching some show on another app.
    – System settings to control the LED alert for notifications.

    Well, I can keep going good/bad ideas, and that is because we have been enjoying this tablet so very much…

    Cheers!

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  6. Anonymous wrote: December 6, 2011 6:51pm

    as a quick follow up – I have a Sony Tablet S 16GB – I want to start Pandora and “throw” it to my speakers (SA-NS500, 400 and 300) – tell me how to mke this work please

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