Sony may have the interesting Windows 8 launch PC in its battery-equipped, 20-inch Vaio Tap 20 all-in-one desktop.
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A I am rich brown from CNET and here with the Sony Vaio tap twentieth all one desktop. This system might be the most unique in the entire slate of -- as they launch PCs. What's interesting about it is that -- -- a twenty inch on one that has a fairly modest set of components and actually also has a battery. That means that you can take the system move it around anywhere in your house and it really kind of straddles the line between desktop and tablet. The for its core specs it's a twenty inch display with a 16100 by 900 resolution. Because of a core I five low voltage CPU those four gigs of ram and a 750 gigabyte hard drive and has onboard Intel graphics so it's not really much of a gaming desktop. And it actually has a fairly limited set of ports you a couple of USB -- some audio jacks and SD card slot as well as standard ethernet power that's about it. Sorry homeowners -- fans -- does not have an -- -- input which is kind of -- drag. We also -- our testing that the system will last for about three -- half hours on battery that certain long enough to watch most movies. So what those specs and for managing that this might seem like an overpriced desktop but the battery really -- -- some unique flexibility. -- -- a pretty easily. Close -- the stands and take it pretty much wherever. You can lay down flat on surface or -- can take it in movies and the same bedroom and standard sorcerer out of the way to use that as a full screen computers for watching movies are present however whatever you wanna do. So for movie watching it has no optical drive so you're stuck with either external optical if you -- -- cluttered up or whatever you can get from however it's hard drive. -- as a civic gaming you can play newer titles to lower image quality settings but I would expect to play everything. For general -- a computer though you can do pretty much anything of one of the system as long as you steer -- higher -- multi media editing. -- that has some unique networking capabilities and it has Wi-Fi Bluetooth four point oh and NFC support. So system definitely is not for everybody Atkinson -- an argument that a laptop or tablet can do pretty much anything this thing can for a lower price and -- -- move around. Still -- this brings a nice large display and a battery powered PC makes it -- compelling for certain. -- from this is the Sony -- tapped one.
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