Sony Joins Tablet Market War with Android 3.0 Tablets: S1 and S2

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As the Tablet market is showing no sign of relaxation, more companies are targeting a pie of ‘hot-potato’ Tablet market share. Now it’s time for Sony, Japanese electronic major, which has announced two Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablets today, currently known by its codename as S1 and S2. Both the Tablets are equipped with Dual-Core Tegra 2 processor for ensure the competitiveness with other Tablets.

S1 and S2 both have been optimized for “rich media experience” and “mobile communication and entertainment” respectively. While S1 is holding single 9.4 inch touch screen, S2 has got some designer and imaginative touch screen in the form of two 5.5 inch clamshell form-factor.

There is also WiFi and 3G/4G network support or both the tablets which will depend on country specific network availability. While the S1 will have almost similar functionality of any traditional Tablet, S2 can spread the apps among both the screen or edge out on-screen keyboard on second screen – making it more compact tiny laptop.

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Both the tablets will, apparently, be available in this fall for sale across the globe. Slide show of Both the tablets after a sneak break.

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