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.
Updated:
Photo by: Dan Ackerman/CNET / Caption by:
The front is simple and attractive: the display looked pretty good in our hands-on time.
Updated:
Photo by: Dan Ackerman/CNET / Caption by:
Another angle.
Updated:
Photo by: Dan Ackerman/CNET / Caption by:
There's something appealing about how simple PCs like the Tap 21 are.
Updated:
Photo by: Dan Ackerman/CNET / Caption by:
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.
Updated:
Photo by: Dan Ackerman/CNET / Caption by:
Tabletop PC mode.
Updated:
Photo by: Dan Ackerman/CNET / Caption by:
Tabletop PC mode, again.
Updated:
Photo by: Dan Ackerman/CNET / Caption by:
At 8 pounds, the Tap 21 is a lot lighter than you'd expect, more like a large laptop.
Updated:
Photo by: Dan Ackerman/CNET / Caption by:
I would carry this around my home, but maybe not to the coffee shop.
Updated:
Photo by: Dan Ackerman/CNET / Caption by:
Hot Galleries

CNET Magazine

The summer issue is here!

In the latest edition of our quarterly magazine, we look at how you can spend your summer getting fit and having fun. Pick up a copy on newsstands today or order it now.

Hot Products