I'm Donald Bell for Cnet.com.
We're here at the Sony's event for the S1 and S2 Android Tablets.
This is the S2, this one has been promised to us on AT&T this fall, although there's still no place on it but the close thing about this one is that the first tablet will actually fold up and fit in your pocket, it's got the hinge design, the 25.5 inch screens which can be combine so that you'd be seeing full webpages across both screens or you can also see your keyboard display
And the bottom screen, while content is on the top, as far as design is concerned, it's got a great feel, feels very solid, you can actually fit it in your pocket and on the side here, you got you power button, your power socket, your little micro USB Connection for synching content from your computer, volume switches and then as a headphone connection right here on the front, so it will actually fit in your pocket, I will go jogging with it but it definitely is more compact than an iPad or any other
Honeycomb Tablets you've seen out there, another interesting thing that Sony has done to Honeycomb here, Android 2.0 said you've got his favorite feature up here on the top, which will pop you in to seeing a quicklist of your recently played content or your favorite content, so that you not having to dig through the little menu of apps that comes standard with Android.
So that is the Sony S2 from Sony, looking forward to seeing this, this fall.
It's gonna be on AT&T, it's gonna be a 4G Compatible Device.
For Cnet.com, I'm Donald Bell.
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