VAIO Tap 11 – the first Windows 8 tablet from Sony
In the Arsenal of Sony already has a few Android tablets, the latest of which is definitely able to impress absolutely everyone, but it is surprising that until recently the company had a similar offer running Windows 8. This changed during the exhibition IFA, where was born the VAIO Tap 11 is a classic tablet with an 11.6″ IPS TRILUMINOS display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and a built-in stand.
The similarity with the model Microsoft’s Surface Pro enhances the presence of the stylus with the digitizer N-Trig and magnetic connector which allows you to connect an external keyboard. As the processor model uses a Intel Haswell (Core i3, i5 or i7) or Pentium.
Tablet design resembles the Xperia Z Tablet, but the rear panel VAIO Tap 11 is made of magnesium alloy. Aluminum keyboard can work separately from the device through a wireless connection. She, incidentally, has a battery that connects to the VAIO Tap 11 via the magnetic connector.
The device is equipped with interfaces micro-HDMI and USB 3.0, stereo speakers, NFC chip, 8-megapixel main camera with Exmor RS sensor, up to 4 GB of RAM DDR3, and even an infrared port. The battery provides up to 6 hours, and the amount of internal memory will vary between 128 GB and 512 GB (SSD). Without keyboard VAIO Tap 11 weighs 780 grams. Sales in Europe will begin this fall, the device will be available in black and white.