Sony is diving into the tablet computer market.
The Japanese electronics giant unveiled its first two tablet devices at a media event today in Tokyo. The tablet code named S1 has a curved body with a nine-point-four-inch display, while the S2 tablet has a foldable dual-screen design with two five-point-five-inch displays. Both devices are powered by Google’s Android 3.0 operating system and are 3G and 4G compatible. They will also be able to run PlayStation games and use WiFi. Both Sony tablets are expected to go on sale this fall but there’s no word yet on how much they will cost. Sony has set a goal to be number two in the tablet market behind Apple’s iPad.