Sony has announced two new Android 3.0 'Honeycomb' tablets scheduled to land this fall.
Here's a video:
What's to say? Well, at this point not much. We have codenames for the tablets (the one that looks like a tablet is the S1, the fold-open one the S2), but then Sony also refer to them as 'Sony Tablets' which suggests that they may be sold under a different name. Also, all material released on them so far makes it clear that both the design and specification (and I guess the name) is subject to change.
Both devices seem to be targeting the those wanting access to portable entertainment, web browsing, email, viewing videos, games, books and so on. The tablets will also have access to networked content via Sony's Qriocity music and video service (you know, one of Sony's services that's been down for days due to 'external intrusion') as well as PlayStation Suite and the Sony Reader Store.
So it's a little hard to get excited about the news that a couple of tablets are going to be released later this year ... meh.