Sony starts sales of VAIO Tap 11 tablet

Sony has started the sales of a new 11.6-inch tablet known as VAIO Tap 11. The device runs Windows 8 and is just 9.9 mm thick, which makes it the thinnest tablet that runs Windows 8. It also weighs just 780 grams.

The display of the VAIO Tap 11 works at Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) and offers TRILUMINOS Display technology for vibrant and extremely realistic colors. Inside the tablet offers Intel Haswell processors with the Pentium and Core brands. Customers can choose between Pentium 3560Y, Core i3-4020Y, Core i5-4120Y and Core i7-4610Y processors. The tablet also has 4 GB of RAM, a SSD with 128 GB, 256 GB or 512 GB of capacity, a microSD card slot, a rear 8 MP camera with a Exmor RS sensor, microHDMI and USB 3.0 ports and more. Users get some software with the VAIO Tap 11 such as TV SideView for sending TV signal to Sony Bravia TV sets and others. You can also get a QWERTY keyboard for the tablet too but this one sells separately.

The Sony VAIO Tap 11 is available now for USD 799.


Source: Sony

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