Sony Introduce VAIO T Ultrabook
VAIO T Ultrabook, thin, lightweight and portable
Sony has finally announced its first Ultrabook officially, VAIO T ultrabook. Judging from its design, the device is fairly similar to the prototype that appeared for the first time at CES 2012 and, where the device has a metal-coated body with only 17.8 mm thick.
“Thin, lightweight and portable, the latest responsive Vaio T Series is alwaysready for action,” claims Sony.
VAIO T Ultrabook comes with two choices of 11 inches and 13 inches with 1366 x 768 pixels screen resolution. The Sony does not mention about the 11 inch ultrabook screen resolution.
On CPU internal sector, according to information reported by The Verge, this ultrabook is reported has pinned Intel Core i3 ultra low voltage Sandy Bridge (not Ivy Bridge) processor, 4 GB RAM, and Intel HD 3000 integrated graphics.
For data storage, this devices is using solid state drive or a hybrid system that is installed on a 320 GB hard drive with SSD cache memory to speed up bootup time.
The battery on the VAIO T is claimed can supply power for up to nine hours duration only for SSD models. This first Sony’s Ultrabook will go on sale this month. Unfortunately, it still not yet known how much the VAIO T Ultrabook price.
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