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Redaktion

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Review Sony Vaio Tap 20 SVJ2021V1E Tablet
« on: April 07, 2013, 09:00:22 »
Mom, Dad and I. Sony's Vaio Tap 20 not only strikes with its exceptionally large tablet size but, unlike the rule, also sees the whole family as its target group. In order to fulfill the wishes of all family members, young and old, Sony installs strong hardware and the finger supportive Windows 8 in the 20 inch tablet. We exhaustively checked just how family-friendly this concept really is.

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Luiz Laba

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Re: Review Sony Vaio Tap 20 SVJ2021V1E Tablet
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2014, 15:40:24 »
All said, I still think that this was the worst computer I ever purchased.
This machine is very slow, I had it sent to warranty service to check on hardware status, as It is so erratic. Came back, fixed, but same EXTRA SLOW system.
Everything in this system takes too long to load, I have formatted this system 5 times during a year and a half, and nothing helps. I installed WIN 8.1 and regretted I did, re-formatted back and I ma using Win 8.

BOTTOM LINE:
I would never recommend this system and will never again buy a VAIO product.

 

 
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