Sony S1 tablet

SAN FRANCISCO--CNET got a hands-on look today at Sony's new S1 and S2 tablets featuring the Tegra 2 chip and dual cameras, along with Wi-Fi connectivity and both 3G and 4G support.
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Sony S1 side view

Side view of the wedge-shaped S1 tablet with headphone jack and USB port.
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Right side of Sony S1 tablet

On the right side we see the buttons for volume and power, as well as a memory card slot.
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Back of Sony S1

The textured back of the S1, with a rear-facing camera.
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A view of the S1 keyboard

A view of the virtual keyboard on Sony's new S1 tablet.
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Sony's new S2 tablet

Sony's new S2 tablet features a folding, clam-shell design with two 5.5-inch screens and 1,024x480-pixel resolution.
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Sony S2 keyboard

A view of the keyboard being used on Sony's folding S2 tablet.
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Folded view of the Sony S2

The Sony S2 tablet shown in its folded, compact form.
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Headphone-jack view

A view of the headphone jack, which shows a headset icon.
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S2 coming on AT&T this fall

The power button, power socket, micro USB connection, and volume switch.
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PlayStation icon

The PlayStation icon shows off the gaming connectivity of the Sony S2.
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Front-facing camera

A view of the front-facing camera on the Sony S2 tablet.
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