Sony teases its S1 and S2 tablets (video)

Sony has come out with the first teaser video in a series of five of its S1 and S2 tablets, which are due for a release later this year in September. The video (below) shows the S1 and S2 in a lighter vein, without spilling out too much info, but does manage to get your vote of confidence. Watch out for Sony’s elaborate Rube Goldberg machine.

Though there isn’t much info available on the two devices yet, we do know that the S1 will be a 9.5-incher and that the S2 will sport a couple of 5.5-inch screens (yup, its a dual screen tablet). Both of the devices are expected to run on Android’s Honeycomb OS and will feature a Tegra 2 chip each. For photographers, the S1 will feature two cameras while the S2 will have only one.

Here’s another video from Sony released back in May showcasing the S1 and S2 for your viewing pleasure:

Dell Streak 10 to get Honeycomb, MeeGo a no-no

There was cause for concern lately, with many people thinking Dell will just kick in an aging smartphone-specific OS for their Dell Streak 10 tablet. But the fears didn’t last long as Dell confirmed the Streak 10 will run Android’s latest offering – Honeycomb.

It was also interesting to note an executive’s statement that the company’s other tablet – a 10.1-inch Windows device – will also get the same body as the Streak 10. When asked broadly about the company’s tablet strategy with regards to other operating systems, this was the answer Dell had on tap:

For tablets, it’s Android Honeycomb and Windows, and we have customers with a preference for either one. We can create platforms that share a great degree of hardware commonality that can run both — or either — operating system, and we don’t see any other options that are worthy of consideration.

This surely, indirectly, takes MeeGo out of the equation for Dell. At least for the time being.

Honeycomb-Android for tablets at CES

CES is bringing up some awesome gadgets like always and the most expected one is finally out. The Honeycomb tablet.

Earlier we told you that Google Android’s Andy Rubin showed an Android Honeycomb Motorola Tablet at the DIVE INTO MORE interview.

Very soon we also told you about the new CES motorola ad which clearly indicated the motorola honeycomb tablet.

And now finally the Honeycomb Motorola tablet is out and the details of the device are as follows

1. It is called Xoom.

2.It features a 1080p resolution.

3.It has two cameras-Front and Near Facing.

4.HD content can be viewed on the device.Also HDMI output is possible.

5.Adobe Flash Player is present so you can view flash content seamlessly.

6.The front camera is 2 megapixel and the main camera is 5 megapixels with the capability to capture videos in 720p HD.

7.Video chat is possible over 3G or Wifi.

8.It has built in gyroscope, barometer, e-compass, accelerometer and adaptive lighting for new types of applications.

9.It has a 1280×800 display for a awesome gaming experience.

10.It also features Google Maps 5.0 with 3D interaction.

11.It has access to thousand of games and apps from the Android Store.

12.It supports multitasking and real time widgets.

13.3G and wifi versions will be sold at the end of quarter 1 2011 and 4G models will be sold sometime in quarter 2 2011.

14.It will launch on Verizon.

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