Sony gave a name to its tablets Android Honeycomb, previously known as the S1 and S2. The almost classical, 9.4 “, will be the Sony S. The folding shelf, twice 5.5, " will be Sony P.
While Sony Ericsson has teamed up to develop and market the phones since 2001, the Japanese company is this time went alone: it presents its shelves as the complement of an ecosystem that includes Bravia TVs (they come with a port IR to control the TV) and PlayStation (PlayStation are certified).
The Sony Tablet S proves, if any was needed, that can make a shelf 10 “leading away from the design of the iPad. With two sensors (VGA in front, rear 720p ), an SD slot and a screen 9.4 “with IPS technology and Bravia TruBlack, this tablet with other precise technical specifications are kept secret will be available this month in 16 and 32GB version, and WiFi WiFi G 3, from € 479.
Android Honeycomb carrying a concealed behind the overlay graphics house and access to services Qriocity, this tablet has a design of interest. It is not flat, but bulges: design a water drop is supposed to improve the grip, as in portrait in landscape format
Sony Tablet S from € 479, available end of September
At least Sony can not be accused by Apple to have copied the design for the iPad. With a shelf S, Sony is different from the army of Android generic tablets. Designed to resemble a magazine folded, the shelf in Honeycomb 3.1 will be available in Europe in late September for the model wifi (November for the 3G model), from € 479. A price close to that of the iPad on which Motorola (Xoom) and HP (TouchPad) have already broken teeth. Sony relies on wireless communication (probably via DLNA) so that the tablet can share content with a TV. At the show, the first impressions of the design is mixed. To Engadget, the tablet is “comfortable" held in one hand in portrait or placed on a table in landscape mode. However, the design “asymmetric" is a handicap in any other position and the tablet appears to be “fragile".
In the “good idea on paper that will sell probably not", here the sony tablet P also Android Honeycomb. With its two screens of 5.5 inches, it looks like some kind of Nintendo DS and more thick (2.5 cm). A € 599, hard to imagine that it can appeal to the general public, even if the idea of having a screen that can act as a keyboard and a controller for the Playstation certified games (the old hits, mostly) is attractive Read More Here: http://www.flixya.com/blog/3742640/Sony-tablet-S-P