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Background and Identification

The Sony Vaio Tap 11 was announced on September 4th, 2013 and released on October 18th, 2013. It is Sony's dramatic entry into the Windows 8 tablet catalog. It can be identified by checking the model number underneath the kickstand on the back of the device. The device has a silver Vaio logo on the back and a silver Sony logo on the front.

This tablet is intended to be used as a laptop replacement for simple tasks like checking mail and surfing the web. It is slimmer and lighter than many of it's competitors, allowing use on the go. A keyboard is included, which is more useful for typing for long periods of time. The tablet has a crisp 1920 by 1080 Full HD display, making it great for video and other multimedia.

Technical Specifications

Display: 11" Color LED at 1080x1920 with capacitive touchscreen and EM digitizer for stylus use.

Processor: Dual core Intel Pentium 3560Y at 1.2 or 1.5 GHz

RAM: 4 GB, soldered.

Battery Life: Up to 6 hours

Dimensions: 0.39 x 12 x 7.4 in, 1.7 lb.

Wifi: 802.11bgn with dual channel 2.4 and 5 GHz

Bluetooth: 4.0

Storage: 128 GB SSD

Connectivity: 1 USB 3.0, 1 HDMI mini output, 1 3.5 mm jack, 1 micro SD slot.

Additional Information

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