Today at IFA, Sony unveiled the VAIO Tap 20, hailing it as a Family Touch PC. Like the VAIO Duo 11, the Tap 20 will run Windows 8 so of course they want to take advantage of a touchscreen display. A 20” touchscreen display.
Aside from that it has a built-in kickstand and when attached with a keyboard and mouse, it can act as a kind of desktop. But when laid flat, you have a large tablet in the Tap 20. Great for family board games and the like.
It ships with ClearAudio+ and OneTouch that lets your Tap 20 sync with other Sony NFC products just by tapping them together. The Tap 20 comes with your choice of Intel’s Core processors in either the i3, i5 or i7 variety. 4GB-8GB of RAM, a 750GB or a 1TB HDD, a display resolution of 1600×900, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB 3.0 connectivity and a built-in webcam. It will be available from the end of October 2012 in selected countries.
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