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Innovative hinge and kickstand.
Includes wireless keyboard and mouse.
Comes with a battery for (limited) portability.
PC converts into giant tabletop tablet.
Good complementary apps.
Mobile components limit performance.
Not full 1080p HD.
Only single-band Wi-Fi.
Only 30-day subscription to Internet Security updates.
Less than two hours battery life.
Touch screen has some frustrating drag.
Sony made a few missteps among some otherwise reasonable sacrifices for portability and price.
Small screen for an AIO at this price.
Just two USB ports.
By SiliconRepublic on April 23, 2013
The Vaio Tap 20 was unveiled last summer at IFA 2012, along with a slew of new products from Sony. With this and the Vaio Duo 11 hybrid tablet, Sony is clearly trying to provide for different needs across the broader base of the tablet market rather...
By Good Gear Guide on April 12, 2013
Sony’s VAIO Tap 20 wants to bridge the gap between your study desk and your couch. With its internal battery it’s good for around 90 minutes of Web browsing or video watching -- not a huge amount, but better than nothing. It’s got...
By Legit Reviews on April 10, 2013
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....
By NotebookCheck on April 07, 2013
Sony Vaio Tap 20 Sony's Vaio Tap 20 roused high expectations . It offers a great concept, in which a wide variety of possible uses can be seen quickly. Young and old alike could really find a family-suitable PC in this device. The large multi-touch...
By DigitalVersus on March 22, 2013
While the Vaio Tap 20 is definitely not one of the best all-in-ones in terms of processing, connectivity and extra features, Sony did grab our attention with a comfortable touch experience and a well-configured screen. But to get more than three stars,...
By PCPer on March 04, 2013
This isn't the first all-in-one design with a touch screen and it isn't even the first one with a small embedded battery for slight mobile use but it is one of the first in a new generation of products enabled by Intel's Ivy Bridge...
By PCAdvisor on February 28, 2013
It’s pretty expensive at the moment, but we reckon Sony is on the right track with the Tap 20 and that devices such as this could still find a place in many homes once the price the price of this 20in tablet is closer to a 10in model.
By PC Advisor on February 28, 2013
Spec sheet aside, the Sony VAIO Tap 20 does work well as a family PC that can be shared by several people and easily carried from room to room. After a few days of testing we got used to having it on hand for a quick spot of web browsing or firing up...
By Pocket-lint on January 16, 2013
"Interesting" is the word that springs to mind, but the Tap 20 fails to cohesively gel and feel like a fully successful product. It's fine enough as a standalone desktop, and while it does function as a tablet, it's the sheer scale, weight and...
By TopTenREVIEWS on January 10, 2013
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