Sony VAIO T13 Ultrabook is the Japanese giant’s first
Sony’s range of VAIO notebooks have always enthralled me, as the marketing department has done a pretty good job at putting the picture of the VAIO series as something that is rather upmarket in nature, and you pay for the design as well compared to other brands. Over the years, however, Sony has also introduced far more affordable VAIO series of notebooks, and this time, their latest announcement involves Sony’s first foray into the Ultrabook market with the Sony VAIO T13.
Granted, the Sony VAIO T13 will not be released just yet, but will only be made available later next month (early June is the earliest as to when you can expect to see this in Sony store shelves) for a yet undisclosed price, so why not make the most out of it and let us bring you through the system specifications right after the jump? After all, this might just be the Ultrabook for you if you are in the market for one.
For starters, the Sony VAIO T13 will definitely impress you with its design as well as sheer lightness of it all, with a chassis that is made out of aluminum and magnesium, this thin and light VAIO T13 is said to be able to go everywhere with you without breaking your back. Thanks to the Rapid Wake + Eco function, you ought to be able to get up and running in moments, and should you need to take a break from all of the hard work which you have put in over the past few hours, just close the lid and watch the T Series enter into an energy-efficient deep sleep right away, making sure that your data remains stashed away safely for up to 90 days – as long as there is still juice in the battery, of course.
The Sony VAIO T13 boasts of up to 9 hours of battery life (for SSD equipped models) between charges, giving you peace of mind whenever you are working for hours on end without a power outlet in sight. Not only that, Intel’s latest-generation Ultra Low Voltage Intel Core processors ought to give the Sony VAIO T13 enough performance bang for your buck, and with an ultra-fast SSD flash drive inside, you ought to benefit from super fast access to files that are approximately ten times faster than a standard hard disk drive.
Other hardware specifications include a 13″ LED display, a range of connectivity options such as HDMI, VGA and RJ45 network ports, an SD/MMC media slot, and a built-in ‘Exmor for PC’ HD web camera. This is definitely something worth looking forward to early next month, don’t you think so? Hopefully it will be reasonably priced in its class, too.