Along with the VAIO Duos 11, Sony also unveiled the VAIO Tap 20 to the Philippine market today. The VAIO Tap 20 is a 20-inch tablet that’s optimized for sharing, though it can still be used with a keyboard and mouse so you can use it like a typical All-in-one PC. the 20-inch display has a resolution of 1600×900, and uses Sony’s Mobile Bravia Engine 2 that they say delivers natural movie viewing to the mobile device.
Internally, it’s powered by Intel’s Core i5-3317U processor that’s paired with a 4GB of RAM. There’s about 500GB of storage on tab courtesy of the 5400RPM HDD, and as expected with a device this large, you’re looking at a whole host of ports and connections.
Aside from Windows 8, you can also look forward to family oriented apps that Sony included in the device, which includes the Fingertapps Organizer. Like any self-respecting tablet, you can pick up the VAIO Tap 20 and take it with you, though don’t expect it to last long – Sony has quoted only about 2 hours of usable battery life on battery. If you do decide to lug it around with you everywhere, you can expect to grow some muscles when you lug it around as it weighs in at around 5 kilograms.
The VAIO Tap 20 will retail for Php 59,999. We’ve included the Galaxy Note II in the shot above so you guys can gauge the scale of the size of the device in question.