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If you're looking for a system that's 75 percent laptop and 25 percent tablet, go with a Lenovo Yoga, Dell XPS 12, or another hybrid. If you're in the opposite camp, looking mostly for a tablet with some laptop-like abilities, the Vaio Tap 11 now feels like the best of the bunch, with its slim design, reasonably varied configuration options, and included keyboard. Read our full review of the Sony Vaio Tap 11 here.

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Read our full review of the Sony Vaio Tap 11 here.
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