Sony Tablets

April 27, 2011 by USA Post 

Sony Tablets, Sony has introduced two Tablet PC devices that mark its entry into the Tablet PC market increasingly dominated by IPAD.

At an event in Tokyo, Sony Kunimasa Suzuki introduced two models of the tablet, the S1 and S2, which work with Google’s Android 3.0 platform honeycomb.

The first tablet, the S1 comes with a 9.4-inch touch screen and is designed for multimedia entertainment and web browsing. The tablet is designed to give the feel of a magazine or folded newspaper.

The second tablet, the S2 comes with a unique design that combines multimedia entertainment and mobile communications. The tablet also features two 5.5-inch touchscreen, prepared as those found on Nintendo DS.

Sony said that both the tablets would have access to Sony Qriosity media service that offers music and video streaming services and PlayStation suite, allowing users to play first-generation PlayStation games in motion. Users also have access to the eBook Reader Sony store to make their devices in e-readers. The devices also come with 3G and 4G.

“Sony Tablet offers an entertainment experience where users can enjoy the cloud-based services on the go at any time. We are aiming to create a new lifestyle through the integration of consumer hardware, including Sony Tablet “with the content and network,” said Kunimasa Suzuki, Corporate Executive Senior Vice President and the Vice President of Consumer Products & Services Group in a statement.

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