Good news, Windows 8 fans seeking both productivity and elegance, as Sony has finally detailed pricing and availability for the recently unveiled VAIO Tap 11.
Though it doesn’t have much on the Microsoft Surface Pro 2 from a technical standpoint (scratch that, it has nothing on the second-gen Surface), the Tap 11 is sleeker and more fashionable, rocking an almost anorexic figure and silky smooth design.
The Full HD panel is a little larger too, at 11.6 inches, there’s a much more capable 8 MP camera fitted on Vaio’s back, while the detachable keyboard is a tad more comfy and easy to use than Surface Pro 2’s. Yet, as far as raw power goes, the Vaio Tap 11 is not all that impressive, at least not in its standard configuration, packing Intel Pentium 3560Y (aka Haswell) heat, 4 GB RAM and a 128 GB SSD.
That particular variant will apparently go up for grabs in a week or two for $799 (keyboard dock included), but if you need a performance upgrade, you can always opt for the Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 configs, featuring up to 512 GB of storage. Only, you know, those are set to be much pricier, albeit the exact details continue for some reason to be kept under wraps.
<Source: Phone Arena>