/// Sony Takes Different Angle With Vaio Tap 20, Duo 11 Windows 8 PCs

October 11, 2012  |  All Things Digital


With just about every other PC manufacturer unveiling their Windows 8 devices over the past few weeks, you knew it was only a matter of time before Sony got in on the action, too. Today, the company took the wraps off its Vaio line for fall, which includes Sony’s first hybrid Ultrabook and tabletop PC. The Sony Vaio Tap 20 is probably one of the most exciting Windows 8 products I’ve seen yet, and to be amped up over an all-in-one PC is saying something. The Vaio Tap 20 features a tilting 20-inch, 1,600 by 900-pixel IPS touchscreen than can be laid flat on a table, and isn’t bound by wires since it has a built-in battery. It reminded me of a mini Microsoft Surface (not this Surface , but that Surface ) — one that doesn’t cost a fortune (prices start at $880) and actually has practical use in the home. In its upright position, you can use it for everyday tasks like working on documents, surfing the Web and checking email and social networks

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