Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 8
Rated 4 out of 5
by Wisani Decent Carrying Case
The case does cover the computer properly, and looks professional. However, for a computer of this weight and size, not having a shell-link support section in order to protect the screen seems like an oversight. Limited additional storage capacity is also an issue. You can comfortably fit the keyboard, mouse, and power-supply into the outside zipper pouch, however, there is no section for, external drives, additional batteries, or even documents. Overall, this case does work as described, but it isn't perfect. It will allow you to transport your computer without worrying about scratching or bumping it against something, just don't drop it or let the case fall over.
May 14, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5
by lhmonzons THIS CARRYING BAG SUCKS!
They give you a 30 day return option; and they only do 30 days because after that the bag rips; it is my second month, and ripped right underneath the zipper! IT SUCKS!
When you call them they just tell you they can't do anything; and offer you the same useless bag because they don't have another.
August 6, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by mskilling21 Bad Bag...... BAD BAG!!!
The Vaio Carrying Case for the Tap 20, only has one real problem, and that is that there isn't an alternative. I purchased mine in April, 2013, use it for work-related travel and for my daily commute to/from the office. After one year I am forced to throw it out. The seams at the top near the zipper have come apart on both sides exposing the foam inside and making the bag sag to the point that it feels as if the screen is going to fall out. Now the seams on both sides and the bottom are coming apart but only to the point of being unsightly. It will only be a matter of time before these seams completely fail too. The quality of this bag is very poor. Mine fell apart in the Airport yesterday, and I am sorry to say, that if I cannot find an alternative I will have to purchase another bad bag to protect my computer when I travel.
The design and storage of the bag are fine....the quality of the fabric is very very bad .
Read the other reviews, Sony has a problem here. Bad bag, BAD BAG!!!
May 21, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Atlantian VAIO Tap 20 Carrying Case
It is very flimsy for the weight of the PC. The It is not reinforced to protect the unit from bangs and setting down on the floor. The top where the handle is attached is not reinforced properly and the handle applies uneven force to the fabric. It already ripped the fabric at the seam. There is no strong barrier to protect the screen. No compartments for power brick, mouse and keyboard. These loose items tend to climb on each other forming bulges that hurt my legs.
Poor design and poorly manufactured
June 11, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by JoeBob Cheap and Not Durable
I bought the Tap 20 in January when it was released and bought this carrying case, since it was so big. I carried it through two airports and the handle started tearing off before I even got it home. It is something that was thrown together quickly by Sony and was not thought out well at all. The pocket is barely big enough for the accessories that came with the Tap. Not sure what the alternative is, but it's junk.
May 12, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by KingK Piece of JUNK
I got it on April 1, The only compartments it has is two one for the tablet and one for the key board and mouse. No compartments for anything else. I like to use my computer case to carry my computer and a few items like some paper work etc. What is worse is that it is literally falling apart. DO NOT GET THIS CASE.
April 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by murph Too awesome
I can't say enough this is a much needed product and serves its purposes well
January 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by GQSIR Tap 20 Carring Case
Case is Well made, Padded . Would have liked to have seen something a little more firm to protect the screen , but the padding seemed to work, Side pocket was to small for keyboard so had to put it in with the computer itself. pocket was also to small to add any headphones or other accessories outside of power cords .
August 21, 2013