It appears that Sony is definitely planning to join the tablet wars: Its CEO Howard Stringer told the Nikkei newspaper that the company was planning to deliver a Honeycomb-based tablet no later than the end of the year, and possibly, according to some versions of his comments, as soon as this summer.
Sony is taking orders for a 9.4-inch, Android 3.1-based & Sony Tablet S& it will release next month, and says a folding, dual 5.5-inch display & Sony Tablet P& model (with Android 3.2) will follow later this year. Both models are equipped with 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 processors, and the Sony Tablet S costs $499 with 16GB of storage or $599 with 32GB, according to the company....
Sony on Wednesday launched the Xperia Tablet S at the IFA consumer electronics show in Germany. It's the second generation of the Tablet S, and it continues its predecessor's positioning as both a tablet and a universal remote control. However, the Xperia Tablet S is slimmer than its predecessor.
While reviewing the user guide for a Bluetooth speaker with a charging dock, the Sony BSC10, readers noted an unusual entry. Amongst the compatible devices listing is an entry for an “Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact” which seems to imply Sony is working on a tablet device smaller than the typical 10-inch plus devices they produce.
Sony announced a pair of Android 3.0 tablets that integrate Sony's Qriocity video and audio, Sony Reader ebook content, and Playstation Suite games. Due to arrive this fall, the Sony Tablet S1 is a 9.4-inch model with a wedge-shaped design, while the S2 offers a folding clamshell format with dual 5.5-inch screens that can be viewed as a single display....
SONY is currently developing their new Android gadget called SONY S1. Its a nice Android tablet with Dual Core Tera 2 Processor series with 3G or 4G and WiFi connectivity standard. The device is alsoPlayStation certified and supports Sony’s Qriocity service. Overall, it’s a very full featured tablet. Just like the S2, the Sony S1 that got [...]
Due to certain documents that have recently passed through the FCC, there is indication that Sony is working on a new “next-generation” tablet device. Although very little is given away, the supposed tablet will carry the model number SGPT1211. Could this be the possible successor to Sony’s Tablet S?
It looks like we have an update to the Sony Xperia Tablet S fiasco. As stood before, all Sony mentioned is that there was approximately 100,000 tablet units that are affected by a water-resistance defect— though there was no way of confirming which tablets exactly were affected.