Sony Corp unveiled Vaio T13, the company’s first Ultrabooks branded laptop. ”Thin, light and portable, the responsive new VAIO T Series is always ready for action,” claims Sony of the new laptop that “is the first Ultrabook to proudly carry the VAIO name.” The Vaio T13 Ultrabook features a 13-inch LED display housed in an aluminum and magnesium shell. Sony said it will have the ‘latest-generation Ultra Low Voltage Intel Core processors’ but the specification sheet lists a Core i3-2367M – Sandy Bridge.
The Vaio T13 will incorporate with a 9 hour battery life between charges, a thin, lightweight design, and of course Intel’s Core i3-2367M Ultra Low Voltage processors powering it all. Moreover it will also include a 4GB of DDR3 memory as standard, and 320GB hard drive with a second 32GB SSD to improve system responsiveness rather than storage.
The Vaio T series range comes with HDMI, VGA and RJ45 network ports, plus an SD/MMC media slot and an 1.3 megapixel “Exmor for PC” HD web camera. xLOUDTM and Clear Phase technologies provide the sound. In terms of dimension the Vaio T13 will measure 226 x 17.8 x 323 mm and weigh 1.6Kg. The pricing still remains undisclosed but the VAIO T13 will go on sale later this month.