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Sony Vaio Tap 20 video review

If you wanted to see some of the features (and annoyances) associated with the Sony Vaio Tap 20 in action, now is your chance, because I've managed to compile a video review of the all-in-one-tablet-hybrid combo. Don't forget to read the full review if you have the time, as there's a bit more analysis in there than what I could fit in the video in any sort of reasonable length. Once again, thanks to Sony for providing me with the review unit.

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If I was incredibly wealthy and I had the option to pick a high-end desktop PC or a big tablet PC that could function as a desktop then I'd pick the later option. Simply because of the few times when I could actually benefit from picking up the machine as well just to show off.

So I do think there is a small market for machines like this but with its current specs I dont think it can compete with high-end PCs. Very unfortunate because these are the kind of unique machines that could do well in its own corner of the market and show off Windows 8's flexibility.

i agree with the review it would have been good to have 1080p, some handles. However i can see a lot of businesses making good use of this, almost like a mini surface (org table one) tablet.

Oh, I don't know. It's too big to be a "portable tablet", so maybe it's not fair to say the computer isn't portable.

But what I don't like is the screen's resolution: 1600x900. Why not 1080p?

Yeah, while I like companies that try things out, Sony has been fishing behind the net with their ideas for quite some time.