Early details and photos of Sony's first foray into the tablet arena first leaked several months ago, but now the venerable tech giant has finally made it official. The twin tablets, a 10-incher now called the "S," and a foldable, dual-screen 5.5 inch number called the "P" (for "pocket") were unveiled at the IFA conference today and the "S" is available for pre-order now.

Both tablets run the latest version of Android Honeycomb, are compatible with some PlayStation games and can act as a universal remote.

The Sony Tablet S comes in 16gb and 32gb models, costing $499 and $599 respectively. It can't connect with a cellular network and is WiFi only. Pre-orders today will ship in mid September when the device is scheduled to hit stores.

The Sony Tablet P is not yet available for preorder and pricing is unknown, but it will offer 4G data service via AT&T when it ships later this year.

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