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Sony placed an 8 MP Exmor RS sensor on the back of the Vaio Tap 11, and a 1MP Exmor R front-facing camera, capable of HD footage, which comes with dual array mics for better Skype video chat sessions. The pictures come with enough detail for the resolution, and realistic colors, but the frames often get underexposed, making them much darker than reality. Indoor the photos are fairly usable when the lighting is enough, but noise quickly starts to creep up otherwise.
Annoyingly enough, pictures open with the Modern UI Windows viewer by default, which, besides rather slow to load, means a trip to the Metro interface - a nuisance, especially if you are doing something in the Desktop app.
Sony supplies an excellent music player app, which scouts for and categorizes your tunes, and flaunts a number of equalizer presets built in. The stereo speakers sound pretty potent for such a compact tablet, and produce a comparatively rich sound to boot, one of Sony devices' traditional strong points.
For video playback in the Modern UI you have to rely on the default media player out of the box, and even if you download a 3rd party app, MKV files might still play without a sound. Of course, Vaio Tap 11 is running Windows, so you can scratch all gripes that stem from the stock apps, and install any program your heart desires for your media playback needs.
Sony Vaio Tap 11 Review - Camera and Multimedia