Sony is currently (April 26th) in the midst’s of hosting a Tokyo press event, where the company announced a pair of Android 3.0 tablets.
Firstly there’s the Qriocity-focused 9.4-inch S1 media tablet with both front and rear cameras and a curved wrap design that resembles a folded magazine. The S1 features a Tegra 2 SoC and a customized "Quick and Smooth" touch panel user interface with "Swift" web browser. It can also be substituted as a remote control for additional Sony gear, courtesy of its integrated infrared.
Second, there’s the dual-screen S2 clamshell, which boasts a pair of 5.5-inch 1,024 x 480 pixel displays, Tegra 2 SoC, and camera to boot. Sony has combines the dual screens with a custom, decidedly bookish UI layout for the e-reader app, split keyboard and messaging displays for email, and a split display with controllers for PS One gaming.
Both the S1 and S2 are PlayStation Certified, (following the trail plazed by the Xperia Play earlier this month) support DLNA, and are WiFi and 3G/4G compatible. Additionally they’re very pretty and if you have one everyone will want to be your friend. Fact. No word on prices yet though, but from the standard of tech and polish on display, the price of universal friendship could be quite high.