Sony trots out S1 and S2 tablets on CNBC

Sony brings its forthcoming S1 and S2 tablets to the CNBC morning show.

Sony's Phil Molyneaux doesn't offer a lot of new information about its forthcoming S1 and S2 tablets in this video from CNBC this morning, but the hands-off demo at least provides an idea as to their proportions.

Sony still won't talk about the prices of either Android-based tablet, although it does mention easy-to-predict support for Sony's Q Music and Q Video services, as well as a soft keyboard for the lower screen on the S2.

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