Sony Vaio Tap 11 hands-on review | Stuff. Every now and then, while performing mundane tasks, I have a eureka moment. This weekend, I was updating the software on my spare Vaio Tap 11 tablet. You may remember that it is an orphan, and I like it so much that I bought a second as a spare. It is the thinnest lightest Windows 8 tablet PC, and my main one serves as the brain for my home and office setups. However, I remembered that the Vaio came with a digital stylus pen, and a Sony app called Vaio Paper. It occurred to me that the app and the spare computer could easily serve as a digital legal pad for taking notes in the office or on the go. Paper can be set up to bring up a yellow, lined notepad when the stylus, which is active, is brought close to the tablet surface. Just write on it as you would a piece of paper, and you have a digital record of every interview or consultation. I can't use my main computer for this because it is hooked up to my peripherals. Eureka.