More about the Sony VAIO Tap 11
Sony added a new configuration within their VAIO line of Laptops, with the release of the Sony VAIO Tap 11 on 1/24/2014. We know of 1 variant of this model, with it being the Tap 11. There's just the single colour for a Sony VAIO Tap 11, and that is the Black colour colour.
Leveraging a i5-4210Y processor 2 core choice of processor that is part of the 4th Generation Intel Core i5 line of processor, the Sony VAIO Tap 11 has a base frequency of 1.5 GHZ, and has a boosted frequency up to 1.9 GHz and it has 200 MHz of base frequency, along with a maximum frequency of 850 MHz. 1.74 GB of maximum memory is available to the integrated graphics.
256Gigabytes is the maximum volume of harddrive space that exists for the Sony VAIO Tap 11, with the maximum storage being configurable through the use of SSD hardrive(s). You can luckily use memory cards with this Laptop, with MicroSD (TransFlash) cards being accepted.
You will get bluetooth with this Laptop, and the version of bluetooth is 4.0+HS. Because there is an ethernet lan port installed, you can plug straight in.
When you buy a Sony VAIO Tap 11, you'll find a two-cell Lithium Polymer battery.
The model comes in at 1.1 kilograms, 0.83 kilograms when being weighed, so check this will work for you. 10.5 mm x 30.5 cm x 18.8 cm are the overall dimensions for the sizing of the Sony VAIO Tap 11.