Sony Unveils Two Android 3.0 Tablets
April 26, 2011 by Rob Nijkamp Source article

Sony made it official in Tokyo, disclosing two new tablet designs that will run Android 3.0 "Honeycomb" software and have access to PlayStation content. The Japanese company said in a brief statement that it is "developing two tablets," including the S1 which is "optimized for media entertainment" and the S2 (both codenames), aimed at "mobile communication and entertainment."

Sony S1 & S2

Sony S1 & S2 Tablets

The tablets, with the official moniker of "Sony Tablet," will become available worldwide starting in the fall.
The S1 has a 9.4-inch display, while the S2 has two 5.5-inch displays that can be "folded," Sony said. The screens on the S2 can be used together as one large screen to browse websites, or separately--for example, checking email on one and using the other as a soft keyboard.

Both tablets will be equipped with the Android 3.0 operating system and be WiFi and WAN (3G/4G) compatible. Sony will also offer access to content via its Qriocity music and movie services and the PlayStation Suite, a framework for downloading and buying PlayStation content on Android tablets.

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