VAIO launched a new TL10 Android tablet
Since separating from Sony years ago, VAIO has focused on the design and production of Windows laptops, primarily targeting the business and home-use ultrabook market. However, according to Liliputing and phablet.jp, VAIO has recently released an Android tablet called the VAIO TL10.
This tablet is currently only available in Brazil, with a price of 1,799 Brazilian reais (about $363) including a 78-key magnetic keyboard. As for performance, it features a UNISOC T616 processor, a mid-range SoC with a CPU consisting of 2x A75 @ 2.0GHz and 6x A55 @ 1.8GHz, and an ARM Mali-G57 MP1 GPU. The tablet has 8GB LPDDR4x RAM and 128GB UFS storage.
In terms of other specifications, the VAIO TL10 is not particularly eye-catching. The 10-inch IPS screen has a resolution of 2000×1200, an 8-megapixel rear camera, and a 5-megapixel front camera. Although it has a 7,000mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging, it comes with a 10W charger. The VAIO TL10 runs on the latest Android 13.
Overall, this device may be a rebranded product for VAIO, as they have never produced an Android tablet. Even when they were part of Sony, Android tablets were managed by Xperia, while VAIO focused on Windows-based and x86 processor tablets or 2-in-1 laptop products.
It is currently unclear whether VAIO will launch this product in other countries and regions.