Pros * Portability - No it's not a replacement for your tablet, but it will certainly set-up quickly anywhere you need
* Virtual keyboard is easy to use
* Integrates with Office 365 very well for the cloud environment
* Screen resolution is very good
Cons * Bloatware
* The screen could be thinner
* Windows 8 can take a while to get used to and is very frustrating at times because of the learning curve involved
* No HDMI connection is a big miss for those of us wishing to connect to a large screen tv.
Summary I was looking for something to replace the old desktop running Vista. I wanted something that ran in the windows 8 environment and could still be considered a working person's computer if needed. This fits the bill nicely. Certainly not for everyone, but a very good jack of all trades if you want to have a family centric computer that does most things very well.
Pros - Despite not being 1080p, the screen is fantastic.
- Very responsive touch
- Battery is fine. The cord is similar to a laptop's which makes for easy recharging.
- Playing pinball in portrait mode... Glorious.
Cons I would love to see future versions of this PC to be slightly thinner and lighter.
I don't think it came with a cloth which is odd. Fingerprint hell. I don't mind, but I know some people do.
Summary As a tech geek, I love innovative designs like the Sony Tap 20.
Some reviews complain about the specs, but I paid the $200 extra for the i7 and 8 GB of RAM. After the initial start up it's been zipping along. Windows 8 in general is a much lighter OS anyway, but I highly recommend spending the extra $200.
Not for high-end games, but that's not why I purchased it.
Can't wait for more innovative games for touch including board games, perfect for the design of this PC.
Cons battery life?
"Awesome design."on by Caylu
Pros - Battery
- Specs (not too high not too low)
- connectors, almost everything necessary included
Cons - Battery life
Pros I rhink for a geek its very worthful.
Cons The battery can;t last for a very long hours..