Sony has taken wraps of its first mobile Tabletop PC the Vaio Tap 20 and Duo 11 Ultrabook, which is to run on Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system.
Featuring a 20-inch screen, the new Vaio Tap 20 PC’s mobile Bravia engine 2 will offer enhanced picture quality and enhanced image resolution.
The PC will come with an inbuilt stand and wide angle panel will allow viewing of photos at many angles.
Vaio Tap 20 also features applications that are enhanced for reactive 10-point multi-touch operation hat include Fingertapps Organizer, which is a calendar app that allows digital communication through posted to-do lists and recorded messages and videos.
Features of Sony’s new Vaio Duo 11 PC include a Surf Slider mechanism that allows switching between keyboard and tablet offering a dual operating computing experience.
Featuring a 11.6-inch screen, the new Duo 11 hybrid Ultrabook also provides a pressure-sensitive digitizer stylus that allows users to write, sketch and interact with media and applications.
Offered with Intel Core processors for enhanced productivity, the new Vaio Duo 11 also comprises full functional I/O port connectivity and the company’s Sheet Battery technology.
The new touch enabled Vaio line up is expected go on sale by the end of October 2012.