Summary: WOW the active pen and sketchbook pro thogether on this computer are great. I bought only as a drawing tool, but I decided to instal office and now is my travel laptop (the other one is a movile workstation).
Summary: I have had my Duo 13 ~2 months. Love it, although not perfect. Battery life is great and weight is awesome. Love being able to type and use touch screen simultaneously -sometimes easier to use one for a particular item than the other.
Summary: This is very nice laptop, with great CPU/Memory performance. Very nice and comfortable slider, so you can use as a tablet. Keyboard is actually very nice (I thought it will be much worse), nice soft keys - very comfortable for me (I'm very picky for keyboard quality), trackpad is also ok - it does...
Summary: I've had my Sony Vaio Duo 13 for about six weeks and absolutely love it. I needed something powerful enough for high end use and multitasking but also wanted the "fun" features of a tablet for reading, letting my kids do a puzzle, and other casual use.
Summary: I actually bought this from Sony's site. They claim WIDI support (which I need for projectors at work), but this claim is totally false. They've used a Broadcom wifi chip which apparently makes it impossible to use WIDI.
Summary: I was a previous sony z owner. I was looking for a light, powerful replacement of my 2 years old sony z. I must admit I was reluctant when I saw reviews about wifi issue of both sony duo and pro. but besides wifi this seemed to be exactly the one i was looking for so I decided to try my luck.
Summary: I should have read the reviews first before being sold on how great it is by the Best Buy rep. I purchased this model for my son's birthday. I got up early and went down stairs to connect it to the internet. I tried 3 or 4 times to connect and failed each time.