Sony Officially announces its Sony Tablets S1 & S2

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Sony officially announced today the release of two models of Sony Tablets which will be named Sony S1 and S2.

Just like our earlier prediction, Sony S2 tablet differentiates from its brother because it will use two 5.5-inch displays that can be folded for portability and adaptability as well. The company claims that you can run applications on this device simultaneously, like playing video on the first screen and using its virtual buttons for the other one. Meanwhile, if you feel the screen is too small, you can flip the it horizontally and make it in a full screen giving you an 11-inch display perfect for browsing the web, watching HD videos, check email, social media usability, etc.

As for its specifications, the company didn’t mentioned much about it except that it will utilize Sony Qriocity music platform, which incorporates all your digital-media files on your device (music, video, ebook, etc.). Anyway, in case S2 copies the innards of its brother, it may also use a dual-core Tegra 2 CPU, 512MB RAM, 32GB storage capacity, DLNA support and runs Android 3.0 (Honeycomb).

Predicted release will be fall 2011 & the price tag on Sony S1 599$ (256 BHD)  & Sony S2 699$ (264 BHD)

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