Sony unveils S1 and S2 Android tablets

Sony unveils S1 and S2 Android tablets

Summary: The electronics company has announced its entry into the tablet game with two devices running the Honeycomb version of Android


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  • Sony S1 tablet

    Sony's infrared-equipped S1 tablet can be used as a remote control for devices such as Sony's Bravia TV sets.

    It also includes DLNA functionality, for the wireless transmission of content to TV screens or audio systems.

    Credit: Sony

  • Sony S1 tablet

    Sony's new tablets include the company's Qriocity music and video services, along with the PlayStation Suite.

    The suite allows some first-generation PlayStation games to be played on selected Sony Android devices, the first of which was the Xperia Play handset.

    Sony will also be pre-installing its Reader e-book store on the tablets.

    Credit: Sony

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Topics: Mobility, Smartphones

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  • Will it have network support? Smirk.