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Sony teases S1, S2 Android tablets in videos

updated 09:45 am EDT, Fri June 17, 2011

Sony shows off S1, S2 Android tablets in videos

Sony has released the first in a series of five teaser videos meant to promote its upcoming S1 and S2 Android tablets. Dubbed Two will, the story is centered around two doll figures as well as a toy train and ball traveling around a room, powered by nothing other than gravity. The teaser is just that, as nothing concrete is actually revealed about the tablets, other than seeing new, dark images of the twosome.

What is known about the two so far is that they will run on Android 3.0 and the S1 will have a 9.4-inch touchscreen and Tegra 2 processor, while the S2 will have a folding design and two 5.5-inch screens, along with virtual PlayStation buttons. They will also get access to Sony's Qriocity music and video service and support DLNA media streaming.

When the rest of the episodes are released isn't known, but we look forward to seeing what new information, if any, they will reveal about the tablets.






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    this kind of advertising rots

    what a waste of time these two adverts are. all u take away from them is that the new tablet may be put together just as Edward Scissor Hands was.

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