On top of its new Android tablets, Sony also gave a sneak peek preview of two other upcoming devices, but didn't give too many details as of what to expect. Sony came up with some interesting category names for its new devices though, namely Freestyle Hybrid PC and Ultimate Mobile PC. It looks like 2011 is set to become an increasingly interesting year for ultra-portable mobile devices and not just tablets.

On top of its new Android tablets, Sony also gave a sneak peek preview of two other upcoming devices, but didn't give too many details as of what to expect. Sony came up with some interesting category names for its new devices though, namely Freestyle Hybrid PC and Ultimate Mobile PC. It looks like 2011 is set to become an increasingly interesting year for ultra-portable mobile devices and not just tablets.

The Ultimate Mobile PC looks like a very thin notebook and what the picture gives away is what appear to be a USB 3.0 port, a USB 2.0 port, an HDMI port and an on/off switch for Wi-Fi. Judging by an interview with Sony's Senior Vice President for consumer products, Mr Suzuki Masakuni done by Impress PC Watch, we're looking at what appears to be a model targeting the business market.

The same appears to be true for the Freestyle Hybrid PC which apparently is a Windows tablet that has a sliding keyboard, much like Asus' upcoming Eee PC Slider. However, Sony's design appears to be somewhat different, as there's no sign of a trackpad or even a trackpoint, so the main cursor interface should be the touch screen.

We're just going to have to wait and see what the specs behind these products are, but the Freestyle Hybrid PC is rumoured to feature an Intel Atom processors at its core. At least both products are good news for lovers of thin and portable computers and hopefully we'll be seeing a ULV Sandy Bridge processor in the Ultimate Mobile PC, as this would make it a really interesting product that would go heads on with Apple's MacBook Air and Samsung's 9-series notebooks.

Source: Impress PC Watch, images from +D PC User