Electronics manufacturer Sony Corp has officially entered the booming Android tablet market with the forthcoming launch of the hotly rumored S1 and S2 Android tablets, both running Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Both tablets will also feature certification for PlayStation Suite as well as Qriocity music services. While the tablets were announced during a general media event for the conglomerateâ€™s many divisions in Tokyo earlier today, pricing, full specifications and availability have yet to be confirmed. Preliminary specifications for the S1 and S2 consist of an unspecified Nvidia Tegra based processor with 9.4 inch and dual 5.5 inch capacitive displays respectively. Other key features include compatibility with select Bravia hardware for use as universal remotes and DLNA streaming.
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By Humberto Saabedra on April 26, 2011