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Sony VAIO Duo 11 and VAIO Tap 20: Price, Specs and Availability in the Philippines

Sony VAIO Duo 11 - Php69,999

Redefining the portable PC experience, the new Sony VAIO Duo 11 is a high-performance, hybrid Ultrabook with a sliding LCD display that switches effortlessly between slate and keyboard mode. It is perfect for the busy individuals on the go who do not want to sacrifice style nor performance. Within its sleek frame, the new VAIO Duo 11 comes equipped with the new Windows 8 operating system and allows high-precision writing with a digitizer stylus, allowing you to consume and create exciting and entertaining digital content wherever life takes you.

The elegant VAIO Duo 11 features a sliding LCD display with the new Surf Slider design by Sony. Slide into keyboard mode when you need to use the keyboard to work on documents and turn it into slate mode to comfortably browse the Internet, SNS (social networking service) or Windows Apps. Remarkably slim and light as well, the VAIO Duo 11 measures just 17.85mmand weighs approximately 1.3kg.

Despite its compact size, the VAIO Duo 11 possesses tremendous power and impressive battery life, essential for today’s users who are always on the go. The Active Clip feature allows users to snip out or select parts of an image and save them to a fully shareable scrapbook. During presentations, the digital stylus can also be used to write notes and comments directly onto the PowerPoint document when in slideshow mode for unprecedented interactivity.

Enjoy multimedia and social media with ease
The VAIO Duo 11 takes the multimedia experience to a new level with a range of intuitive features and apps for the user’s entertainment pleasure.

The ‘Music’ application lets you enjoy your music collection with superb quality thanks to xLoud and ClearPhase technologies, while the ‘Album’ application makes viewing, sorting or sharing pictures and videos exciting and intuitive. Both applications lets you ‘throw’ or stream personal photos, video and music content to enjoy on DLNA compatible large screen TV and audio systems.

‘Socialife’ a unique application that organizes social networking also points you to other popular topics and even suggests content that you might like.

Sony VAIO Tap 20 - Php59,999

Sony today brings to the Philippines a solution to this dilemma with the all new Sony VAIO Tap 20, a combination of the tablet and conventional desktop PC. The new Sony VAIO Tap 20 transforms home computing into a fun, engaging experience. Featuring a large, fully-adjustable 20” touchscreen and integrated battery, the VAIO Tap 20 offers new usage opportunities for individuals as well as the entire family.

Computers have become a necessity to every home. That is a fact, and with the popularity of the tablet computer, more and more Filipino families want to abandon the conventional desktop PC for tablets. However, with the many limitations of a tablet computer, families who love to share activities at homeare faced with the dilemma of choosing between a tablet and a conventional desktop PC.

Versatile viewing
The VAIO Tap 20 can be adjusted into any angle depending on usage with its flexible stand that offers seamless movement from multiple viewing angles. Laying the VAIO flat lets users read digital magazines or have fun with the barkada and family with its multi-touch panel for board games, sketching pictures and more, while sitting the VAIO Tap 20 at an angle allows users to take full advantage of the new Windows 8 touch-optimised user interface.

When in desktop style, the VAIO Tap 20 becomes a fully capable desktop PC that can be used with the bundled PC and mouse. With its vibrant 20” 1600x900 screen viewers enjoy rich, true-to-life colour regardless of screen angle or seating position.

In addition to the wide range of family-friendly touch applications available in the Windows Store, The VAIO Tap 20 comes with two original apps developed with the family in mind.

Price and Availability
The new Sony VAIO Duo 11 (SRP: Php69,999) and Tap 20 (SRP: Php59,999) will be available in the Philippines by the end of this month.

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