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Sony Vaio TAP 20

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Sony VAIO Tap 20

20 December 2013
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Sony VAIO Tap 20 Hybrid Tablet PC Review

Legit Reviews
10 April 2013
  • Summary: The Sony VAIO Tap 20 is an awesome hybrid mobile device for Windows 8 that brings the touch experience to life, but an old school 5400RPM hard drive that was first released in 2010 makes the Tap 20 sluggish.
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Overall 7

Crazy enough to work: The battery-equipped Sony Vaio Tap 20 all-in-one

9 April 2013
  • Summary: A compelling experiment in tablet-desktop hybridization, the Sony Vaio Tap 20 is a great fit for home tech enthusiasts willing to try something new.
  • Pros: By slapping a battery inside a 20-inch touch-screen all-in-one to make the Sony Vaio Tap 20 , the company has given birth to a new PC category with great potential in tech-savvy homes.
  • Cons: The touch screen has some frustrating drag, and Sony made a few missteps among some otherwise reasonable sacrifices for portability and price.
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Overall 8
Performance 9
Battery performance 7
Display 9
Weight 5
Noise 9
Gaming performance 7
Connectivity 5
Keyboard 9
Temperature 9

Review Sony Vaio Tap 20 SVJ2021V1E Tablet

7 April 2013
  • Summary: Mom, Dad and I. Sony's Vaio Tap 20 not only strikes with its exceptionally large tablet size but, unlike the rule, also sees the whole family as its target group. In order to fulfill the wishes of all family members, young and old, Sony installs strong hardware and the finger supportive Windows 8 in the 20-inch tablet. We exhaustively checked just how family-friendly this concept really is.
  • Pros: Idea and target group, Use, Presentation size in native resolution, Computing power (for tablet conditions), Stand, Bluetooth keyboard, Battery, hard drive and RAM are replaceable, High capacity storage device, The courageous idea, the big user-friendly screen and the very appealing system performance.
  • Cons: Noise during load, Power consumption, Battery runtime, Reflective screen, No product specific accessories, Weight, Tricky interfaces, No video out, Generally: More finger-optimized software that would bring considerable advantages even in "boring" applications. For the Vaio Tap 20: Particularly a non-glare screen, a longer battery runtime and a matching case or other transportation option.
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Sony VAIO Tap 20 All-in-One Touchscreen Computer and Tablet Review

PC Perspective
4 March 2013
  • Excerpt: When new and interesting architectures and technology are developed, it enables system designers to build creative designs and systems for consumers.  With its renewed focus on power efficiency as well as performance, Intel has helped move the industry towards new form factors like the Next Unit of Computing and the evolution of the All-in-One design.
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Overall 5

Review: Sony VAIO Tap 20

5 February 2013
  • Excerpt: Windows 8 has hardware manufacturers trying out some new dance moves. We’ve seen a wave of oddball hybrid devices running Microsoft’s new touch-sensitive, power-sipping OS, most of which combine a portable tablet with a sliding or detachable keyboard. But more unique than the laptop/tablet hybrid is this contraption: the desktop/tablet hybrid. This is where Sony has turned to create the VAIO Tap 20 Mobile Desktop .
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Sony Vaio Tap 20

Silicon Republic
23 January 2013
  • Summary: Sony’s 20-inch slate struck me as unusual and unwieldy at first, but its practicalities for family life quickly won me over.
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Sony Vaio Tap 20: Fun-Filled Family Computer

All Things Digital
13 December 2012
  • Excerpt: Windows 8 marked a major overhaul of Microsoft’s operating system, but it wasn’t just the software that got a makeover. Manufacturers also built new hardware to work with Windows 8’s touch-focused interface, including a diverse range of tablets, laptops and hybrid designs . One of the most interesting products to emerge from the group was an all-in-one PC from Sony.
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Gear Patrol
14 October 2012
  • Excerpt: The new VAIO Tap 20 captures everything that is quintessentially Sony while leaving your current notions of gadget “categories” in shambles. The Windows 8 device is technically positioned as an all-in-one desktop, but it’s definitely borrowed highlights from tablets. Features like an integrated battery, 20″ 1,600 x 900 touch screen, built in kickstand, ClearAudio+ and proprietary goodies like OneTouch –- a simple device pairing technology that connects Sony NFC devices...
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Sony VAIO Tap 20 review

12 October 2012
  • Summary: As you might guess, this new Windows 8-based Sony all-in-one isn't your average AIO. Inside the modest exterior beats the heart of an Ultrabook, along with a ten-point multitouch screen and a built-in battery. So you can either think of the Tap 20 (also known by the sexy name SVJ20215CXW) as a smallish AIO or a really big tablet. In reality, it's a little of both.
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