Sony Vaio Tap 11 SVT-1121
Core i5 CPU.
Thinner than Microsoft's similar Surface Pro 2 and weighs less.
A keyboard cover and active stylus is included in the price.
The slender kickstand and free-floating keyboard cover don't work well on laps or other uneven work spaces.
Battery life could be better.
By DigitalVersus on January 17, 2014
The Sony Vaio Tap 11 is a stylish, well-designed machine. Unfortunately, it works much better as a tablet than as a laptop, and even as a tablet it suffers from a severely flawed screen, so-so processing power and low battery life. How could we even...40
By Pocket-lint on January 03, 2014
The Sony Vaio Tap 11 excels in many areas, while a few other low points rub off some of the appeal. On balance, though, Sony has got it broadly right. A better keyboard would earn it an extra half star, although it's unlikely that would be...80
By NotebookCheck on December 24, 2013
Expensive Christmas: The test configuration of Sony's Vaio Tap 11 SVT-1121G4E/B costs 1299 Euros. Sony worked very hard. The thinnest Windows tablet was supposed to be on the shelves for 2013 Christmas sales. It is now here with a thickness of just...85
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on December 20, 2013
Sony's super-svelte VAIO Tap 11 comes with sharp looks, impressive specs—and a host of design and usability...50
By Expert Reviews on December 03, 2013
An interesting experiment in hybrid design, but this Windows 8 tablet is both too expensive and underpowered compared to the...60
By Phone Arena on December 02, 2013
Vaio Tap 11 is one of the most evolved instances of the new device breed that became possible with Microsoft's touch-friendly Windows 8, coupled with the frugal Haswell processor family of Intel. It is incredibly thin and light for an 11”...-
By PCAdvisor on November 21, 2013
The lightweight, slimline design of the Sony Vaio Tap 11 is undeniably attractive, and it's powerful enough to handle both entertainment and routine office work when it needs to. However, its modest battery life, and rather unappealing keyboard make it look a bit overpriced compared...70
By PCMag on November 21, 2013
The Sony VAIO Tap 11 might be the best looking tablet PC we've reviewed, but while the tablet is attractive, the performance leaves something to be desired.70
By PC Advisor on November 21, 2013
Sony seems to have a bit of a fetish for developing "the world's thinnest" gadgets. They've already done it with the recently launched Vaio Pro, and they're now turning their attention to the tablet market with the new Sony Vaio Tap 11...70
By Computer Shopper on November 08, 2013
The ultrathin Sony VAIO Tap 11 looks great and ships with a wireless keyboard and pen, but beneath the hood this tablet suffers from slower performance and shorter battery life than the competition....60