Sony teases with drool-worthy prototype tablets

Company's booth includes an thin, oval-shaped concept tablet with a sleek keyboard. Another super-thin concept tablet clicks into a docking station with a bronze keyboard, speakers, and a stylus.

Sony Executive Deputy President Kaz Hirai shows off a concept tablet during the company's CES 2012 press conference this week. Christopher MacManus/CNET

LAS VEGAS--One of my favorite CES pastimes is checking out Sony's concept products.

This year, the Japanese company is showing off two compelling Vaio computer prototypes, which should have you drooling. The first product is a rounded tablet with a separate, sleek keyboard. The other is a hybrid tablet/notebook with an ultra-thin docking station that includes a bronze keyboard, speakers, and a stylus.

Check out our slideshow of the two concept computers.

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