Sony revealed its S1 and S2 at the end of April but failed to any release dates for the two devices, preferring instead to highlight a vague ‘fall’ release period. Last month we learned that the devices may hit stores at some point in September, however, we still don't know very much about them.
One thing Sony did reveal at launch is that it will be injecting some of its PlayStation services into these tablets. The devices will support Qriocity media service as well as the PlayStation Suite for users to download and play first generation PlayStation titles. Today we got a look at the PlayStation Suite running on the S1 thanks to a video posted by Notebook Italia. The S1 has a 9.4-inch display and an asymmetric wedge design, which Sony calls an "off-center of gravity design" that "realizes stability and ease of grip as well as a sense of stability and lightness, offering comfortable use for hours."
Sony's more interesting S2 tablet was also on hand but does not appear in the video. The S2 has two 5.5-inch displays that can be folded like a Nintendo DS. The two screens can be used together to display continuous content, or it can be used for multitasking – such as watching a video while browsing the web. The bottom screen can also function as a keyboard while the top screen is used for messaging.
For more pictures of the two tablets, head on over to Notebook Italia.