Sony S1 And S2 Tablet Support Documents Leak!

  • August 5, 2011 12:25 am


It pays to be a nosey tech reporter. Hat tip to CarryPad’s “Ben” for uncovering eight pages straight out of the Sony S1 and S2 tablet support documents compliments of Sony’s amazingly secure website.

The most interesting stuff to take away for now is the integrated “WiFi checker” app, app launcher and Chumby app. Oh yeah, it also looks like it’ll be running Android 3.2. Not so great, however, is the proprietary connector. Apparently Sony hasn’t learned from the numerous examples over the last decade that proprietary connectors are a bad, bad deal for everyone involved.

But enough talk. It’s late. And as much as we’d like to believe we’re part cyborg, we’re not. We fall face first over our feet when deprived of sleep just like you. Hit up CarryPad for hte slides…

Tags:

Author:
visit my website

Gadget lover, smartphone collector, and beer connoisseur. I've been writing about gadgets for three years now and loving every minute of it. Outside of the digital landscape, I enjoy being active outdoors. I'm always up for a good conversation, so feel free to drop me a line!