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The Sony Vaio Tap 20 was one of the first computers to blur the lines between an all-in-one desktop and a tablet. It’s a 20 inch touchscreen PC with a kickstand that you can prop up and use with a keyboard and mouse. But it also has a battery which lets you pick it up and carry it around.

That means you can look up a recipe in the office, then carry the computer into the kitchen and use it as a virtual cookbook. Or you can flatten the kickstand, lie the PC flat on a table, and play a virtual game of air hockey or pinball.

When the Tap 20 launched in 2012 it sold for about $900. Now you can pick one up for less than $500.

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