The Sony Vaio Tap 21 looks like a regular slim desktop all-in-one PC, or a monitor. Its rear kickstand is minimal and effective.
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The front is simple and attractive: the display looked pretty good in our hands-on time.
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Another angle.
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There's something appealing about how simple PCs like the Tap 21 are.
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The Tap 21 can bend back to a variety of angles, including flat, but when lifted back up the kickstand slowly springs back into shape.
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Tabletop PC mode.
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Tabletop PC mode, again.
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At 8 pounds, the Tap 21 is a lot lighter than you'd expect, more like a large laptop.
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I would carry this around my home, but maybe not to the coffee shop.
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