Sony announces Vaio T11 and T13 ultrabooks
(Credit: Sony) Sony has jumped into the ultrabook business with the new Sony Vaio T series laptop, announced May 2 in Europe (with US details forthcoming, we assume). The initial specs, reported by CNET UK, include an Intel Core i3 CPU and a 1,366x768 display. Related stories Ivy Bridge, the ultrabook edition, due by Computex Microsoft's got the hots for Nook Dell says XPS 13 ultrabook exceeds sales expectations The CPU is potentially problematic, because it's the previous second-generation Intel Core i-series model (also known as Sandy Bridge), rather than one of the new third-generation chips (sometimes referred to as Ivy Bridge). The high-end quad-core Ivy Bridge chips are available now, the more mainstream dual-core Core i3 and i5 versions are expected imminently. According to CNET UK: With a low resolution screen and an older generation processor, is this too little, too late? There's no word on pricing ye... [Read more]Related Links:Meet the FauxtrabooksThe most anticipated laptops of 2012: Where
Sony is officially getting into the Ultrabook game with the announcement of its first couple of models for this market: the Vaio T11 and T13. As the name suggests, they'll come with 11- ...
Wed 2 May 12 from Techspot
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(Credit: Sony) Sony has jumped into the ultrabook business with the new Sony Vaio T series laptop, announced May 2 in Europe (with US details forthcoming, we assume). The initial specs, reported ...
Wed 2 May 12 from CNET Crave
Sony has officially unveiled its first Vaio branded Ultrabook - with the Sony Vaio T series bringing an ultralight and ultrathin option to Sony's laptop range in June.Sony remains a highly desirable ...
Wed 2 May 12 from Techradar
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