Sony Launching Sony S1 and S2 Android Tablets
Apr 26, 2011 6:40 AM –
Seems the doodle exclusive Engadget obtained a few months back panned out as Mashable got a hold of the Sony S1 and Sony S2 Android Honeycomb powered tablets, with photos, as Sony plans to announce it today! The Sony S1 is a 9.4 inch whose design creates its own slight stand. The Sony S2 is a dual screen 5.5 inch, similar to the Kyocera Echo for Sprint, which can be used separately or together; and can be folded onto each other. Of course these Sony tablets are able to download and play PlayStation games, as well as an eBook store and the Qriocity network for music & video, plus are Wi-Fi and 3G/4G compatible.
“Sony Tablet’ delivers an entertainment experience where users can enjoy cloud-based services on-the-go at any time. We’re aiming to create a new lifestyle by integrating consumer hardware, including ‘Sony Tablet’ with content and network,” said Kunimasa Suzuki, corporate executive, SVP, and deputy president of Consumer Products & Services Group.
The tablets are to be introduced into the living as they have use infrared sensors for controlling televisions, AV devices and such; acting as a universal remote. In addition, they support DLNA technology for streaming content to other devices. Availability is fall 2011, and price is unknown thus far. What are you thoughts, would you buy one? Let us know in the comments below!
Pictures of Sony S1 and S2 Android Tablets:
Sony S1 and Sony S2 Android Tablets
Sony S1 Android Tablet Front View
Sony S1 Android Tablet Back View
Sony S1 Android Tablet Angle View
Sony S1 Android Tablet 9.4 inch Screen
Sony S1 Android Tablet Side View
Tags: Android 3.0
, Digital Living Network Alliance
, Sony Android
, Sony Android Tablet
, Sony S1
, Sony S1 Android Apps
, Sony S1 Android Tablet
, Sony S2 Android Tablet
, Sony Tablet
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