Sony VAIO Tap 20 monoblock All-in-One PC with battery: Specs & Features

In addition to the hybrid ultrabook VAIO Duo 11, Sony presented at IFA 2012 is another very unusual product based on the OS Windows 8 – Sony VAIO Tap 20 which will be one of the All-in-One monoblock PC in the line of Vaio series. New functionality to some extent overlaps with ASUS Transformer AiO, that is, not only can fulfill the role of monoblock PC, but also the 20-inch tablet.

Sony VAIO Tap 20

Resolution of internal display of Sony VAIO Tap 20 is not very big – 1600 x 900 pixels, but the touchpad can recognize up to 10 independent touch. Functional snap to place the device in tablet mode and in the close-coupled, plus with the help of the device easy to carry.

 

Sony VAIO Tap 20
Monoblock AIO Sony VAIO Tap 20 is based on the platform Intel Ivy Bridge. At the core are low-voltage processors Intel Core i7-3517U, Core i5-3317U or Core i3-3217U, up to 8 GB of RAM, hard disk capacity of 750 GB or 1 TB GPU Intel HD Graphics 4000. Also note that, there are the built speaker system 2.1, Bluetooth 4.0 module and Wi-Fi, Gigabit adapter Ethernet, two USB 3.0 ports and a card reader SD / MS Pro Duo.

Sony VAIO Tap 20

Dimensions of the Sony VAIO Tap 20 All-in-One device with a minimum slope of the display are 504 x 304 x 187 mm at maximum – 504 x 312 x 45 mm, weight of this AiO – 5.2 kg with battery. To improve image quality in this Sony AiO using proprietary technology of Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2. As with other updates to Sony, the VAIO Tap 20 is NFC-chip to communicate with the company’s products.

As this Sony VAIO Tap 20 All-in-One will be running on Windows 8, so it is scheduled for end of October this year, till then you can stay tuned with us for more hot information regarding this upcoming Sony Vaio AiO.