Summary: Shocked by how slow this modern laptop is. Forget about the tablet the apps are extremely limited unlike apple and droid. Better options. And the fixed tilt screen is a pain. Pluses, beautiful screen, runs Windows.
Summary: I purchased the 13 inch convertible soon after it was released, and was somewhat worried about whether I was making the right decision. Eight or so months later, I can say I made the right choice, but there are a few irritations. I needed something that I could bring back and forth easily on research trips to various archives, so it had to be portable.
Light & Quiet Ultrabook with a Cramped Keyboard and Limited Viewing Angle
Amazon Customer "sakaxe", Amazon
17 April 2014
Summary: Sony VAIO Duo 13.3 inch is a 2 in 1 laptop which is ok to work with in tablet mode but is not at all good as a laptop. Buyers would like to get a high end ultrabook 2 in 1 to use its processing power in laptop mode. But the space below the keyboard for resting your hands is very very cramped and the touchpad so small that it can only be used while you kept on a flat surface (table). Also the viewing angle cannot be adjusted.
Summary: I'm currently writing this review on my new Sony VAIO Duo. It's a fantastic laptop. I originally got this laptop for one reason; my art. I am an artist and wanted to find a way to take my work outside the home. Since a lot of my art is finalized or is fully produced digitally, I decided that a tablet PC would be the best way to go. I researched ALL the different types of tablet PC's and quickly narrowed them down to a few.