Sony will be joining the tablet business with its two new Gingerbread tablets, they are the Sony S1 and S2 Tablets which was announced a few days ago by the company. This will be a first time project for the company, both devices are expected to deliver a good combination of hardware and networking. The Sony S1 Tablet will bring a 9.4-inch display with a curved wrap design that resembles a folded magazine plus it gets both a rear-facing and front cameras. The S2 on the other hand features dual-screens with both measuring 5.5-inch with a 1024×480 resolution, kinda reminds us of the Echo Smartphone just released by Kyocera. Regarding performance the S1 packs a Tegra 2 SoC with a customized touch panel UI and the S2 also gets powered by a Tegra 2 SoC with a custom book-style UI layout. Sony says the S1 can be used as a remote control for Sony devices, both tablets are PlayStation Certified and will also bring other noteworthy specifications including DLNA media sharing, WiFi and 3G/4G connectivity. They are both expected to be launched this fall at a price of $599 and $699, respectively.
Sony S1 and S2 First Look: