Sony VAIO Tap 20, 6GB RAM - 1TB HDD - White, i5, 20" (Refurb) £561.95 @ ebay littlewoods
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Sony VAIO Tap 20, 6GB RAM - 1TB HDD - White, i5, 20" (Refurb) £561.95 @ ebay littlewoods

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Found 24th Sep 2013
It has previously been posted quite a few times but those deals were either from different sellers or the price was not the same. Posting again as the price is dropped further and it seems a good bargain for an All-in-one PC with an i5 processor, 6GB RAM and 1TB HDD. It is a refurbished PC however, it comes with 12 months warranty.

Following are detailed specs:

The Sony VAIO Tap 20 is a stylish all-in-one desktop PC that can also be laid flat to work as a stunning 20 " tablet
Rest your Sony VAIO Tap 20 on your knee while you catch up with your social networking, use it to make a presentation at work or surf the net while you're sat on a train & dash; this will soon be your essential companion
This Sony VAIO touch screen desktop PC also comes with 2 high speed USB 3.0 ports, an ethernet port and an SD card/memory stick reader
20 " touch screen (1600 x 900)
Can be used as a conventional all-in-one desktop PC or tablet
Intel® Core™ i5-3317U Processor
6Gb Memory
1Tb Hard Drive
Windows 8
Intel HD Graphics 4000
Realtek HD Audio
Keyboard and mouse included
Sony VAIO Tap 20 SVJ2021V1E touch screen PC

13 Comments

A refurb is a refurb; comparing its price with the 'new' price is just plain dishonest.

What?! 15 minutes battery life?!

Original Poster

MitchellT

What?! 15 minutes battery life?!

what? really? Where did you see it?

zubairjatoi

what? really? Where did you see it?



It was a joke as in, its a 20 inch tablet.

Weight with Supplied Battery (kg) 5,2 !!!

MitchellT

It was a joke as in, its a 20 inch tablet.



Nothing wrong with a 20 inch tablet, if you need a 20" tablet. You wouldn't expect TV makers to only make a 22" and 32" TV, so why do tablet makers have to restrict themselves to 7" and 10"? Doesn't make sense.

20" might be perfect for graphic designer, someone who uses large spreadsheets etc. etc. Horses for courses!

Quadrille

Nothing wrong with a 20 inch tablet, if you need a 20" tablet. You … Nothing wrong with a 20 inch tablet, if you need a 20" tablet. You wouldn't expect TV makers to only make a 22" and 32" TV, so why do tablet makers have to restrict themselves to 7" and 10"? Doesn't make sense.20" might be perfect for graphic designer, someone who uses large spreadsheets etc. etc. Horses for courses!



Agreed, though they advertise it a bit weirdly. "Rest it on your knee, use it on the train." Not really the most practical tablet for that :P

Quadrille

20" might be perfect for graphic designer, someone who uses large … 20" might be perfect for graphic designer, someone who uses large spreadsheets etc. etc. Horses for courses!



with a spec of 20 " touch screen (1600 x 900) I don't think that it is perfect for anyone.

Spence1115

Agreed, though they advertise it a bit weirdly. "Rest it on your knee, … Agreed, though they advertise it a bit weirdly. "Rest it on your knee, use it on the train." Not really the most practical tablet for that :P


LuckyL

with a spec of 20 " touch screen (1600 x 900) I don't think that it is … with a spec of 20 " touch screen (1600 x 900) I don't think that it is perfect for anyone.



Fair comments - I was defending the principle of 20" rather than this particular model, which hasn't quite nailed it. But kudos to Sony for trying!

BBC Click showed a 'table top' 64" tablet, which looked good, but the apps were cr*p. You'd need lots of sharing stuff to make that useful!

You could buy this and pretend you are very very small
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-wAIpzyVkvLg/TkRnMdpEc0I/AAAAAAAAAIA/J8r9lBuCzh0/s1600/tallsmall.jpg
Edited by: "SFJnet" 24th Sep 2013

Quadrille

Nothing wrong with a 20 inch tablet, if you need a 20" tablet. You … Nothing wrong with a 20 inch tablet, if you need a 20" tablet. You wouldn't expect TV makers to only make a 22" and 32" TV, so why do tablet makers have to restrict themselves to 7" and 10"? Doesn't make sense.20" might be perfect for graphic designer, someone who uses large spreadsheets etc. etc. Horses for courses!



Never said there was ^^

MitchellT

Never said there was ^^



Very sophisticated joke then

No, no, please don't explain it!

Quadrille

Very sophisticated joke then :)No, no, please don't explain it!



Haha :P
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