There have been some interesting designs found on the handful of Windows 8 hybrid ultrabooks out on the market today.  If you haven’t seen Sony’s implementation of touch computing on its tablet/ultrabook convertible, you can check it out here on this website or on Sony’s.  GizmoFinder has many articles highlighting different takes on the system, and you’ll find them informative. Just search for the appropriate tags.

The VAIO Duo 11 will appeal to those that want a conveniently sized computing device that has both tablet and ultrabook computing features. Two significant highlights found on this device and not on many other comparable systems are the Full HD display and the packaged stylus.

Here’s a teaser of an article that talks more about the Sony VAIO Duo 11

Sony’s take with the Vaio Duo 11 is to have a screen that elevates as you slide it from tablet mode to reveal its dinky keyboard. There’s no trackpad though, just an optical TrackPoint controller – think recent BlackBerrys – and a slither of buttons for left/centre/right clicks beneath the spacebar. Given the display is a touchscreen, Sony almost gets away with it, but having full HD 1920 x 1080 on an 11.6-inch screen demands some pretty accurate poking at times, so for good measure, a stylus is included too. Is this helpful or distracting? I’ll get back to you on that.

Read More At Review: Sony Vaio Duo 11 Ultrabook


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