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Excellent 1080p IPS screen, Powerful components, Backlit keyboard, Impressively slim
Touch capability, Gorgeous hi-res IPS display, Windows 8, Intel Core i5-3317u processor, 128GB SSD.
The Sony Vaio Duo 11 has a fine set of specs for an ultrabook and an excellent full-HD touch screen on which to take advantage of the Windows 8-style interface.
No cover or included case for the always-exposed screen, Keyboard isn’t great for extended typing, Brief battery life
Awkward design, Glitchy touch screen, Short battery life.
The Duo's design misses the mark for use as a tablet and a laptop, feeling like too much of a compromise.
By PC Pro on October 29, 2012
Sony’s convertible tablet gets Windows 8 off to an exhilarating start, but ergonomic niggles tarnish the experience...
By Expert Reviews on October 19, 2012
This laptop-tablet hybrid is certainly powerful, but its transformation between the two feels a little awkward...
By PCWorld India on October 12, 2012
Unpacking the Sony Duo 11 (aka the SVD1123CXB) reveals what appears to be a tablet; no keyboard is immediately visible. Yet when you pick it up, it seems a little hefty for a tablet. What's going on here? Well, the Duo 11 is not just a tablet....
By Computer Shopper on October 11, 2012
Sony's first hybrid Windows 8 tablet/ultrabook wows us with its 1080p IPS screen and impressive components. Note the compromises, though: Battery life is short, and the keyboard, while backlit, is cramped....
By PC Mag on October 11, 2012
The Sony VAIO Duo 11 (D11213CX) merges ultrabook and tablet in hopes of making the perfect Windows 8 machine, but it's an awkward...
By cnet on October 11, 2012
While there are certainly things to like about the Sony Vaio Duo 11, the design gets in the way of enjoying...
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