Hands-on: Sony’s latest Vaios are convertible PCs done right | Ars Technica I'm more excited for this convertible than I have been for any device in a long time. The 15" model has everything I'd want as a developer: a 2,880x1,620 display and dedicated graphics with an intelligent convertible design. It's a conventional laptop when needed, and a large-scale, on-demand note-taking device.The only thing I can fault it with is the current lack of pressure sensitivity in some applications, but Sony mentions (Sony announces VAIO Flip PC, looks to steal the IdeaPad Yoga's thunder) that it's coming, at least for Adobe products. I know the display size, resolution, and dedicated graphics are all things we've been hard-pressed to find in pen-equipped devices, so I think this device will be exciting for many in this community. As an aside, does anyone know if current N-trig digitizers support pressure sensitivity in Microsoft OneNote?