After the successful VAIO Tap 20, Sony decided to strengthen its position in the portable all-in-one segment and announced the introduction of the VAIO Tap 21, next to the much smaller VAIO Tap 11 tablet. The VAIO Tap 21 all-in-one Windows 8 portable PC is now encased in aluminum and features a diamond cut VAIO logo on its back.
The specs of the VAIO Tap 21 make it one of the most powerful computers in its category:
- Processor: Haswell Intel Core i5 or i7
- Display: 21.5-inch 10-point multitouch with a native resolution of 1,920X1,080 pixels
- Storage: various options consisting of SSD and Hybrid drives
- Operating system: Windows 8 (possible to come with Windows 8.1 preloaded)
Sony did not announce the detailed technical specs or information about pricing and availability, so most chances are to see the VAIO Tap 21 all-in-one PC launched just in time to match Microsoft Windows 8.1's release, as rumored a few days ago.
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