This almost doesn’t feel like news, given the widespread leaks of Sony’s first Android tablets earlier this year. Even so, the Sony S and Sony P are now official, with a bullish Sir Howard Stringer telling the IFA conference that “It’s not about who makes them first, but who makes them better”. A comment that may come back to haunt him if the tablets fall short of Apple’s iPad when they go on sale this autumn. The Sony S is a 9.4-inch tablet, while the Sony P takes a quirkier clamshell format, with two five-inch displays that fold together. The respective prices in the US are $499 and $599, and both will have a priority for Sony’s music, video, gaming and e-books services. More on that in this evening’s Music Ally Report. Source: TechCrunch

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