Sony Vaio Duo 13
Great battery life.
Better design and bigger screen than the original Vaio Duo.
It's still tough to figure out exactly who the target audience is.
The lack of screen angles is especially frustrating.
No screen adjustment in laptop mode.
By ultrabookreview.com on February 08, 2014
The Vaio Duo 13 is a convertible ultrabook built on top Intel's Haswell hardware, with a nice screen and a digitizer/pen combo. On top of that, it can easily go for 6-8 hours on a single charge, with everyday use. Long story short, it's a great...40
By wpcentral.com on January 25, 2014
There are a ton of great Windows 8 hybrid machines on the market and the question that everyone wants to know is if the Sony VAIO Duo 13 is one of them. The answer? Yes, and no. While we love the overall design of the unit, we honestly feel it is first...-
By Engadget on January 17, 2014
Sony completely revamped its slider design for the VAIO Duo 13, and the result is a well-made machine with longer battery life and a more comfortable...76
By tech.uk.msn.com on December 27, 2013
Sony unveiled its latest Windows 8 powered VAIO notebook range at an event in London on Wednesday and MSN Tech was on hand to test out the new range, including the standout pair the Sony VAIO Duo 13 and the Sony VAIO Pro .Read on for our first...-
By Notebook Review on November 29, 2013
The Sony Vaio Duo 13 has many things users like, including excellent performance and battery life, and a top-notch display. However, its prohibitive cost the compromises caused by its slider design make it suitable for a specific user base.Image...67
By SlashGear on November 22, 2013
The popularity of tablets have posed a solid threat to the PC industry, and in response many 2-in-1 so-called “hybrid” laptops have popped up in increasing numbers that are able to function as both — as a laptop when some serious work...-
By DigitalVersus on November 22, 2013
The Sony Vaio Duo 13 is a laptop/tablet hybrid with a somewhat cramped laptop experience. It's a shame, considering how good the screen, processing power and battery life are. We would call this more of a tablet with a backup keyboard than a true...60
By reviewed.com on September 30, 2013
Hardware and software that justify the price High-end ultrabooks aren't cheap, and Sony's Duo is no exception. With an asking price of $1,800, you're paying top-dollar for an ultra-portable laptop/tablet hybrid—the same specs would...78
By LaptopMag on September 13, 2013
The Sony VAIO Duo 13 is a versatile 2-in-1 Ultrabook and tablet that offers long battery life and robust pen support, but the typing experience and touchpad are...60
By Wired UK on September 09, 2013
The Sony Duo 13 offers an interesting take on the hybrid issue but it's by no means a game-changer. It's on the bulky side when used as a tablet, and while the flip-up mechanism is smooth enough, and the balance is fine, the keyboard feels a...70