Enterprise Mobility: Sony Tablet S, Tablet P Bring New Twist to Today's Honeycomb Tablets
Sony Tablets Unleashed
In a sign of how fast the industry evolves, the Sony S Tablet will launch with Android 3.1, while the Tablet P will come with Android 3.2, which sports compatibility mode to make phone apps run more smoothly on the larger tablet screens.
Sony Tablet S Design
Sony's Tablet S resembles a folded book with pages.
Angled Design Looks Like a Ring Binder
Clearly, Sony is taking a risk with this special, ergonomic design. We're not sure how many people will go for a tablet that's pliable and not solid like an iPad or Samsung Galaxy Tab.
We have a pretty good idea Sony tablet fans will like this displays dark and bright contrasts, courtesy of the LED-backlit TruBlack technology.
Another plus is the ability to control your home's entire entertainment system with the Sony Tablet S.
Access to Music
Who doesn't love music in the cloud? It's always available.
Access to Movies
Movies will also be available from the cloud this October on the Tablet S.
Access to Social Networks
Sony Tablet S is also solid in the gaming, e-reading and social networking markets.
Preloaded With Apps
Plenty of apps come preloaded on the S, including Foursquare, YouTube, Evernote and more.
Dual cameras include a front-facing and a 5-megapixel back camera.
There is also a special charging cradle for transforming the S into a digital photo frame, a digital clock or a Chumby-like device with access to over 1,500 fun and entertaining apps. The device is sold separately, and pricing will be revealed later.
Here are the specifications for the Sony Tablet S, which is aimed at challenging the Apple iPad's hegemony this fall.