In the 2012 IFA electronics in Berlin, Germany, Sony released two new Windows 8 devices: the VAIO Duo 11 Tablet PC and Tap20 AIO. The VAIO Duo 11 is the one that we have seen before, but the Tap20 is the machine never heard before. the Vaio Duo 11 uses a 11.6-inch Full HD panel, the specification is very powerful for its size, and it’s equipped with ULV level Core i3/i5/i7 processor, 128/256GB SSD, NFC, GPS and HD resolution cameras on both panels. Sony is expected to launched this product by the end of October, but the price is not given.
The VAIO Tap 20 is another interesting idea, it’s nearly the same with the Lenovo’s A720, both are AIOs that can lie flat, but Sony adds battery to the Tap 20, and a unique adjustable bracket. Of course as an AIO, the 5.2kg weight can not be compared to a notebook, it can be moved like a giant flat from the room to the living room. Tap 20 CPU is the same with the Duo 11′s, the screen is 20-inch with a resolution of 1,600 x 900, the hard disk is the more traditional 750GB/1TB disc drive.