Sony has entered the epic Tablet War along with its upcoming two Android tablets: S1 and S2. If you’re curious, let’s go on checking.
Sony S1 and S2 tablets will use Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system. As we can see from the images, S1 is a standard tablet pc that features a unique appearance, which is designed to offer the users a more comfortable grip and a lower angle for typing. Si Sony tablet is powered by a Tegra 2 processor, and comes with a 9.4-inch display and built-in IR port for AV control. It also supports DLNA and access to the Playstation Suite games.
S2 Sony tablet is a folio-styled, dual-screen Android tablet that features two 5.5-inch displays with 1024 x 480 pixels resolution. This means S2 allows you to perform two tasks at the same time such as watching video on one display and sending email on another. But we don’t think this feature can catch most people’s eyes.
Apart from that, both S1 and S2 support Sony’s Qriocity video and music services that offer users rich music and video content, PlayStationSuite for the first generation PlayStation games, and ReaderStore that allows users to download ebook content.
S1 and S2 Sony tablets will be released this fall. At present, Sony didn’t unveil full specifications about the two Android tablets, so let’s stay tuned. To be frank, we prefer Sony S1 tablet.