Oct 13, 2012
Yes, you’re reading it right and it is not a misspelled ‘Tab’ word but a ‘Tap’ for Sony Tap 20. Sony just unveiled a Windows 8 tablet dubbed as Sony Tap 20 that is considered to be the biggest tablet ever made. It has a 20-inch touchscreen display and a modular stand that lets the screen to be positioned at almost any angle. The Sony Tap 20 monster tablet comes with a wireless keyboard and mouse that also might qualify itself as the world’s only portable all-in-one PC, though it doesn’t have a CD drive.
Sony Tap 20 is quite heavy that weighs 11.5 pounds that includes a built-in battery that can lasts up to 3 hours. The idea behind this monster tablet is that it is designed to be portable enough for you to move it within the house rather than bring it with you on your work or travel. But of course, you can still bring it with you everywhere you go especially if you have your car.
The 20-inch touchscreen display has a total resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels powered by Sony Bravia video playback engine for high-quality images and videos. Powered by 3rd generation Intel Core processors that are available in Core i3, Core i5 or Core i7 coupled with RAM that can be configured up to 8GB. Storage capacity can be configured up to 512GB for solid state drive (SSD) or up to 750GB for hard disk drive (HDD).
With Sony Tap 20, the company might be trying to bring a new product wherein people can collaborate to work or play together using a single touchscreen display. Also, this could be Sony’s first step to compete with Multitaction displays we introduce a few days ago. With its relatively large display for a tablet, the Sony Tap 20 might take some enough traction before making its way to the tablet and post-PC world.
For the uninformed, the biggest wall display in the world is built by utilizing several Multitaction displays that can accept virtually limitless multi-touch points on its touchscreen display. The idea behind this concept is for allowing people to work together using a single touchscreen display screen.
By the way, pricing of the Sony Tap 20 monster tablet begins at $879 up to $2,500 price tag for a fully upgraded tablet. Will you buy this monster tablet given that you have the right budget? What do you think of this take by Sony? Share us your thoughts by posting your comments below.
The VAIO® Tap 20 features exceptional picture quality and a capacitive touchscreen. Every touch of your finger elicits snappy performance no matter what you’re doing. The 20” 1600 x 900 touchscreen LCD is equipped with IPS (in-plane switching) technology so you can enjoy a crisp image from any viewing angle. Backed by Sony TV technology, the Mobile BRAVIA® Engine 2 adds sharpness filters and noise reduction to display rich, beautiful content on your VAIO® Tap. Experience deep and vivid colors, noise reduction for seamless video, and sharpness filters to bring out every minute detail.
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