Samsung released a 2 minute video today to promote the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, taking jabs at the Apple iPad, laptops, books made of paper, and stupid cats along the way. But Samsung isn’t the only company with a new tablet to promote.

HP has also launched a YouTube campaign with four new videos showcasing the HP TouchPad tablet. It’s due out in the US on July 1st, and HP is promoting a whole ecosystem of products by highlighting the way the tablet works with th enew HP Veer smartphone or Touchstone wireless charging device.

Sony also posted a new teaser video this week showing the company’s upcoming Sony S1 and Sony S2 devices. The S1 is an Android tablet with a 9.4 inch display and a teardrop shape designed to make make the tablet bulkier on one side, giving you something to hold onto. The S2 is a dual screen Android device with twin 5.5 inch, 1024 x 480 pixel displays, allowing you to run two Android apps side by side or one app across both screens.

You can check out all of the latest tablet videos after the break.

via PreCentral, Mobility Magazin, and SlashGear

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