Hands on: Sony Vaio Tap 21 review


Sony has been among the first manufacturers to produce desktop all – in-one PCs, which can also be used as a large plate.

The first such device in the arsenal of the Japanese company was the tablet Vaio Tap 20. The new version of the device has a larger , 21 – inch screen, but despite this the Sony Vaio Tap 21, about 30 percent lighter than its predecessor.

hands-on-sony-vaio-tap-21-review-raqwe.com-02 Nevertheless it , weighs 8 pounds , or about 3.6 pounds, very few people dare to call the new tablet Sony laptop or even a mobile device. Although new to move within your home will be much easier. Also worth noting is that the tablet is thinner by about 50 percent.
In addition, the novelty thin and dropped in weight , Sony has also increased the resolution of its screen. If last year’s model had a 20 – inch screen with a resolution of 1600 x 900 pieseley , the 21.5 -inch screen of the current Vaio Tap 21 has a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

hands-on-sony-vaio-tap-21-review-raqwe.com-03You can set the Vaio Tap 21 on the table, connect it to an external keyboard and mouse, causing it to turn into a conventional personal computer with the operating system Windows 8. Additionally, you can take it and move to the bedroom or living room for watching videos or put horizontally for collective pastime for board games.
Just as any tablet , Sony Vaio Tap 21 has a capacitive touch screen and a built-in battery that provides the device a few hours of battery life.

hands-on-sony-vaio-tap-21-review-raqwe.com-04The novelty will be available in several versions, which will be executed on the basis of processor Intel Core i5 or i7 processor and equipped with a solid state or conventional disk drives.
More detailed specifications tablet , and the exact same price Sony Vaio Tap 21 and the date of his appearance in the sale will be announced later.

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