Sony VAIO Tap 20 Touchscreen AIO and Tablet Review – PC Perspective

Sony VAIO Tap 20 Touchscreen AIO and Tablet Review – PC Perspective

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.

Today we are taking a look at the new Sony VAIO Tap 20 system, an AIO that not only integrates a 10-point touch screen on a 20-in 1600×900 resolution display and an Ivy Bridge architecture ultra low voltage processor, but also a battery to make the design semi-mobile and ripe for inclusion in high-tech homes.

Check out our quick video overview below and then follow that up with a full pictorial outline and some more details!

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  1. dugsbugs1
    dugsbugs1 6 January, 2022, 22:33

    Damn , I wish all reviewers were like you instead of trying to be 3rd rate comedians. I wish I had found this product earlier. Great work.

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  2. Alix'x WorkShop
    Alix'x WorkShop 6 January, 2022, 22:33

    Really good review…Thanks!

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  3. Davindra ragoonath
    Davindra ragoonath 6 January, 2022, 22:33

    In need of drivers can anyone help windows 10 64bit

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  4. Hector Rivera
    Hector Rivera 6 January, 2022, 22:33

    I still have mine and going strong after 8 years.

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  5. Pedro Singer
    Pedro Singer 6 January, 2022, 22:33

    Can it play minecraft?

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  6. Artemio Gonzalez
    Artemio Gonzalez 6 January, 2022, 22:33

    I'm having a problem with mine it shows that it turns on till it gets to the vaio and after that is just a black screen can someone please help me

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  7. FIGHTFANNERD
    FIGHTFANNERD 6 January, 2022, 22:33

    Battery life sucks

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  8. شمسان العماري
    شمسان العماري 6 January, 2022, 22:33
  9. Jayson Hale
    Jayson Hale 6 January, 2022, 22:33

    seen one for 929.00 at best buy today

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  10. Zubin
    Zubin 6 January, 2022, 22:33

    If this comes with a graphics card and a price tag of under $1000 then I would rush to the store and buy this!!

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  11. Steven Wang
    Steven Wang 6 January, 2022, 22:33

    4:30 Draws Smiley Face… "Touchscreens, that's what they're made for" haha

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  12. Razor2048
    Razor2048 6 January, 2022, 22:33

    needs better battery life. and a cellular modem, and possibly also a speaker on the front as well as a mic on the front so that it can be used as smartphone while on the go. imagine holding that up to your ear and having a phone conversation with someone. You would look really cool and it will be a great way to 1 up the people who have a galaxy note.

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  13. derzerby
    derzerby 6 January, 2022, 22:33

    The specs, design, and usage scenarios you provide all sound nice and good. However what I would really like to see you do is to place that device over your shoulder and jam to it like it were a boombox… because c'mon that's what we would be using it for anywayz.

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  14. Corrosive
    Corrosive 6 January, 2022, 22:33

    intel nook?

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  15. vabalokis
    vabalokis 6 January, 2022, 22:33

    Looks cool but i think its a bit too pricy

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