The Sony VAIO Tap 21 is a member of a small, but growing, breed of new PCs that straddles a line between traditional all-in-one desktops and tablets. The VAIO Tap 21’s specifications read like many modern desktop systems, and include an Intel Core i7 processor, hybrid storage, a decent amount of memory and full-blown Windows 8. But the machine is also surprisingly svelte, it’s got a full HD, multi-touch screen and it packs an integrated battery that gives users the ability to simply pick up the system and go. Of course, the VAIO Tap 21’s physical dimensions prevent it from being truly portable, but being able to move the system virtually anywhere and operate on battery power opens up a world of interesting possibilities, at home or work...
Sony VAIO Tap 21 Multitouch Mobile Desktop Review
Little confused as I do a little research on this computer. You say you're into a more powerful computer, and yet you choose to review the lower powered unit? A first computer for a child? Why not explore the real version?
4th gen Intel® Core™ i7-4558U (2.80GHz / 3.30GHz)
Windows 8.1 64-bit
21.5" Full HD IPS touch display (1920 x 1080)
16GB RAM, 1TB + 8GB NAND flash HHD
Intel® Iris™ Graphics 5100
Something very off with this whole review.
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