Sony S1 Video
Sony S1 Video Transcript
I'm Donald Bell from Cnet.com and today we're taking a first, first step at the Sony S1, that's the Android Honeycomb Tablet coming from Sony, one of the most unique things about here is the design, is got kind of a wedge shape design that feels you have a nice balance on your hand, it's also got a nice textured finished on the back that resist smudges and also just has a nice feel to it. It got a camera on the back here and that being specific with The exact specs on that, maybe we can take that up in our review, there's camera in the front, we also have on the side here, you've got your headphone jack, a micro USB Sync Connection, over here you've got your buttons for power and volume and one of the unique things that they've done here with Honeycomb is beyond the home-screen here, you just see, they also have this Favorites Function, that's up here at the top and if you tap in to that, you can actually see your recently viewed content And be able to see the things that you quickly wanna be able to jump in to. So it's a nice alternative to be the standard, kind of list of apps that you've see on an Android Device. So that is the Sony S1 Tablet, we'll see later this fall there's no placing on it yet. We're interested to see it, so for Cnet.com, I'm Donald Bell.
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