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3G Sony Tablet S and Tablet P tipped for October 28 in Japan

3G Sony Tablet S and Tablet P tipped for October 28 in Japan

If you liked the Sony Tablet S and Tablet P but thought you would just hold off until the 3G version hit they are coming, at least in Japan. NTT DoCoMo has announced that on October 28 3G versions of both tablets will hit Japan. The tablets hit the Japanese market on September 17 in WiFi only versions. Other than the addition of 3G, the machines will be the same it seems.

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Sony Tablet S teardown reveals unique hardware

Sony Tablet S teardown reveals unique hardware

The Sony Tablet S has gotten the teardown treatment and its innards appear just as unique as the wedge-shaped exterior. Long rumored under the codename S1, the tablet recently launched as Sony's first Android slate and features a 9.4-inch display on a shape reminiscent of a folded back magazine, hence the wedge profile that's unlike any other tablet on the market.

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Sony S1 renamed Tablet S, launching mid-September

Sony S1 renamed Tablet S, launching mid-September

More details are surfacing on Sony's first Android tablets now that we're getting closer to launch time. Despite several teaser videos and some hands-on time with the tablets, very few details have been revealed. But Engadget now has word that the larger of the two Sony tablets, codenamed the S1, will be officially named the Tablet S and is set to launch within the first two weeks of September.

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Sony to launch new eReaders next month? [Updated]

Sony to launch new eReaders next month? [Updated]

Sony has been in the eReader market for longer than many of the companies that sell readers today. The rub for Sony is that its eReaders are not as popular as some of the new offerings on the market like the Nook and Kindle. Sony is looking to ramp sales of its eReaders up and to do that it will reportedly be pushing out a pair of new eReaders as early as August.

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The Daily Slash: July 13, 2011

The Daily Slash: July 13, 2011

Today there were a handful of leaks that made the whole thing just a big ol' glass of awesome - potential awesome, that is. First lets get to the facts: tomorrow is the official BETA launch of Spotify here in the USA. Spotify is a music streaming service that you pay a monthly fee for to get basically every music track in the universe to your computer and/or your mobile device over the internet - the UK already knows how awesome it is, now it's time for some USA flavors to drop on by. Next: wouldn't you know it? Amazon Android tablets!

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Sony S1 and S2 Tablets Hands-On Roundup

Sony S1 and S2 Tablets Hands-On Roundup

The Sony S1 and S2 Android tablets with their adventurous form factors are getting ready to hit the market although no specific dates and prices have been announced yet. Plenty of teaser videos of the tablets have surfaced in recent weeks, but today the devices were finally made available for some intimate hands-on time shortly following an announcement that AT&T would be the exclusive carrier for the S2. Here's a roundup of opinions on the S1 and S2 from around the blogosphere.

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AT&T grabs Sony S2 4G HSPA+ tablet exclusive

AT&T grabs Sony S2 4G HSPA+ tablet exclusive

AT&T has announced that it will be the exclusive carrier for the Sony S2 tablet, with the Honeycomb slate using the 4G HSPA+ network. The S2, lest you forget, is the more unusual of Sony's tablet pair, with dual 5.5-inch touchscreens in a clamshell form-factor. The news comes as little surprise, given we saw the S2 clear through the FCC with an AT&T-compatible HSPA+ modem back in early June.

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Sony S1 tipped for September 1 UK pre-order

Sony S1 tipped for September 1 UK pre-order

Sony's S1 Android Honeycomb tablet will apparently go up for pre-order on September 1, in the UK at least, lending further weight to rumors of a late-September launch window. That's according to internal documents shared with This is my next, with Sony Centre stores in the UK apparently readying for a significant push "with staffers instructed to know the device inside and out."

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