Sony never really went into details when it announced its two Honeycomb tablets – S1 and S2. Now we have few additional tidbits of information to share, though we still don’t have the complete picture.
First of all, we know that the S1 — which is the one with a single 9.4-inch IPS LCD display with the TruBlack and BRAVIA technologies — will be available in 4 versions. Users will get to choose between 16 and 32 GB of built-in storage and whether they want the 3G+Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi only version. Moreover, we’ve heard the S1’s battery life will be comparable to that of Apple’s iPad 2, which is about 10 hours.
As for the S2, at least initially it will only be available with both 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity, with 16 or 32 gigs of storage space. AT&T will most likely get to carry this PlayStation certified device and we can only hope they’ll subsidize it heavily with the end result being a price of about $200-$300 on a two year contract…
And that’s about all we got. No pricing information, no dimensions… meaning we’ll have to wait a little longer for the mentioned complete picture. Stay tuned in the meantime, k?
[Via: Unwired View]