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Sony Tablet S Review

After plenty of awesome Sony commercials the time has finally come for Sony to release their much hyped Android Honeycomb tablets. After just recently been officially named the Sony Tablet S and Tablet P they are now ready to rock. Today Sony has announced both the Tablet S and P devices and luckily I've been enjoying the Tablet S for a few days and have a full rundown and review for your viewing pleasure.

Sony Tablet P Hands-on [Video]

Today Sony has officially announced and unveiled both the Sony Tablet S as well as the popular Sony Tablet P. Until now these were known as the S1 and S2 but recently earned official names. We told you about the Sony S2 clamshell being named the Tablet P earlier this week and now that Sony has officially announced these devices we were lucky enough to get some pics and hands-on video for everyone to check out after the break.

Sony S2 Clamshell Tablet to be named Sony Tablet P

Today we have a few new details on the new line up of Android Honeycomb tablets from Sony. Previously known as the S1 and S2 tablets, we are now hearing they've decided on a few official names for these tablets. First the S1 is the 10.1" standard tablet and will be called the Sony Tablet S, then we have that dual-screen clamshell tablet they've been calling the S2.

Sony Tablet S Revealed as Release Name for S1

It appears that Sony's first big Android tablet effort has an official name beyond the very basic "S1" moniker we've been seeing thus far. This tablet will now be called the Sony Tablet S and will indeed be "PlayStation Certified" which places it as only the second Android device to be dubbed so, right after the Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY. This tablet will be blasting into your living room running Android 3.1 Honeycomb sooner than later and will, if Sony does indeed release it with this new "All Our Innovations Folded Into One" set of info intact, have a tablet that allows you to control your whole living room at the tap of a display.

Sony S1 and S2 Leaked Screenshots Show 3.2 Honeycomb and UI Changes

A Sony support page was put up and then very quickly taken down but not before a few pictures got snapped of their new Sony S1 and S2 Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablets. Yup, first off it appears they will be running on the latest Android 3.2 Honeycomb as well as having some tweaks and changes to the user interface.

Sony S1 and S2 Details Leak, Including Possible Announcement Date

Some new details just came to light regarding Sony's pair of upcoming Android tablets. The pair of devices were shown off to a lucky few last month, but have not been officially announced yet (S1 and S2 are still code names). A source has spoken up revealing several new tidbits about the pair, including that Sony is expected to announce them officially just before the IFA trade show in Berlin, which takes place September 2-7.

Sony S1/S2 tablets teaser three released: Movies, Ereading, Gaming

Sony's teaser campaign for the S1 and S2 tablets continues, despite the slates having shown up in the wild on several occasions now. After parts one and two comes video three, sticking with the Rube Goldberg theme and now focusing on entertainment uses for the Android pair. As well as audio and video, with the single-screen S1 shown playing back The Green Hornet as well as offering various music tracks, an ereader app is briefly demonstrated. The S2 is shown displaying two pages at once - doing a decent job of resembling a traditional book, in fact - and then there's a brief glimpse of PlayStation gaming. "To be continued" the teaser concludes, which certainly implies we have at least one more segment to go until Sony hopefully decides to tell us something concrete. Still up in the air are the tablets' official names, their prices and their release dates, though recent rumors have suggested that the S1 at least will hit pre-order in September. [youtube vI9TZ6yTU44] [via Twitter]

Sony S1 and S2 Tablet Hands-On Reviews

Rumors started awhile back about Sony's tablets, and now they're finally out in the open and Sony showed the two tablets off today. We don't have any specs or a release date yet, a bit odd but we'll have to take what we can. We've got all the juicy details and a look at the different hands-ons around the web for you right here.
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