The VAIO Z Canvas is a high performance tablet. Vaio was first owned by Sony but it was sold off owing to certain internal decisions of the company. Now, the company has returned as an independent brand and has come with some of the most amazing line of products one can think of.
To put things in a nutshell, the VAIO Z Canvas is a device that is meant for those with creative professions. If you are a designer or perhaps an architect, the device would be apt for you because it is a perfect blend of power and functionality. You can use the tablet’s pen to sketch, draw and even write. The battery powered stylus does not let you down in terms of both precision and battery back up.
At about 12.3 inches, this tablet can give the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and the iPad Pro an inferiority complex. The machine is nothing short of a beast as you get to experience the power of the 2.2 GHz quad core Intel Core i7 processor, coupled with 8GB RAM and about 256GB Internal memory, which can be expanded to almost 1 TB.
The screen of the device provides 4K display, 2,560×1,704-resolution and works just like the retina display you would get on any Apple device. The number of ports alongside the screen help you to connect the tablet to at least two 1080P external displays at the same time. This makes it the perfect tool for presentations and also for those power users who wish to use a tablet for their 2D and 3D animation creation needs.
As for the battery, the tablet is able to provide at least 4 to 5 hours back up if the usage is mixed. Back up will be lower if you are playing heavy games on the tablet or watching movies constantly.
The device is weighty; any user who has been accustomed to use the iPad all these days would find it bulky. The kickstand of the device is placed conveniently, so you can get it flexed at any angle.
The VAIO Z Canvas is priced at $2200 which is quite a high rate, but it is worth the cost considering the performance.