Sony S1 and S2 Android tablets

Sony officially enters in the tablet market too, and has announced its first devices – the S1 and S2 Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) powered tablets.

Both tablets pack Tegra 2 dual-core processor, the S1(codename) has a curved, off-center of gravity design, that offers stability and a “sense of lightness”, packs 9.4-inch touchscreen display, two cameras – front and rear, and Sony says that is optimized for rich media entertainment.

The S2 is more pocket-friendly and has two 5.5-inch with 1024 x 480 resolution displays that can be folded and can to be used as a large screen or for different functions such as playing video on one screen while check your email on the other. Both tablets are also equipped with WiFi and WAN (3G/4G) connectivity, support DLNA, and S1 can also be used as a universal remote control for your BRAVIA devices.

Sony S1 and S2 tablets

 

Users also will be able to run first generation PlayStation titles games, download ebook content from Reader Store, and offers access to Qriocity music and video services.

Sony Tablet S1

 

Sony’s Tablets are expected to be available in the global market starting in fall 2011.

Sony S2 Android tablet

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