The S1 has a curved design which Sony says will make it much easier to carry (check first video) and the S2 is a clamshell with dual touchscreens.
At 9.4-inches, the S1 is comparable in size to the iPad 2, Xoom and Galaxy 10.1, and each device has a Tegra 2 dual-core SoC.
Each tablet has a customized UI and a "Swift" Web browser.
You can use the S1 as a touchscreen remote control thanks to built-in infrared.
The S2 has dual-5.5-inch screen with 1024x480 resolution. As seen in the video, the devices can be used for PSOne gaming, with full controls.
Each tablet is 3G and 4G-capable, support DLNA and are PlayStation-certified.
There was no word on release day or price, but expect prices between $500 and $700.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 26 Apr 2011 21:44