As tablets these days are also one of the favorite tech gadget choice of many because of their portability and multimedia features, a lot may wish for a new one…
Laptop-Tablet hybrids or simply Convertibles are the latest trend for the Windows PC market, and almost all PC manufacturers has released at least one convertible, including Sony. During last month’s CES 2014 held in Las Vegas, the Japanese multinational corporation released a new convertible model, in the name of the Sony Vaio Flip 11A. The convertible is now available, so catch the details, specs and pricing after the break!
The Vaio Flip 11A convertible is the smaller brother of Flip 13 and 15. Donning a form factor similar to Lenovo’s Yoga laptop line, the Flip 11A flaunts an 11.6 inch Full HD touch display. It’s powered by an Intel Pentium N3520 processor bundled with a 4 GB of RAM running on the latest 64-bit Windows 8.1. There’s also a built-in Intel HD graphics and 128 GB of mechanical storage.
In a matter of two days, two of the country’s local players released Android tablets powered by an Intel Atom Clovertrail+ processor. The other day, CloudFone announced the CloudPad 800w, and it was Starmobile’s turn yesterday to announce the Engage 9i set to be launched officially on February 4.
We are yet to have our very own hands-on treatment of both Intel powered tablets, but we are putting the Engage 9i and the CloudPad 800w on a head-to-head specs sheet comparison, below. (more…)