The Tap 11â€™s 11.6-inch, 1920 x 1080 display features Sonyâ€™s Triluminos technology, first found in its TVs before making its way into devices like the Vaio Pro and the Xperia Z Ultra. The screen looks great, with solid viewing angles and bright, accurate colors. It packs plenty of pixels, and high-resolution screens are a must on a tablet, but the Tap 11 suffers from the same resolution ailments as the 11-inch Vaio Pro — a significant part of the operating system renders way too small.
What’s so fantastic about a display if you can’t easily view and experience the fantastic-ness. Microsoft needs to make it easy for average users to change DPI settings. Hmmm… that sounded like an oxymoron. Average users should not need to change DPI settings. The solution: Sony needs to set optimal DPI settings for the average user.