What does Asus, Acer, HP, Dell, Lenovo, and Apple have that Sony doesn’t? If you said Ultrabook then you’d be right a few days ago. Sony has announced its Ultrabook offering, the VAIO T.
Instead of going for the wedged-design as with most ultrabooks, the VAIO T looks like other notebooks as its thickness is the same all around at 17.8mm. Enclosed in brushed aluminum, the VAIO T will come in 11” and 13” display variants.
Inside, Sony is sticking to Intel’s Sandy Bridge processor, specifically the Core i3-2367M, instead of the just announced 3rd Generation Core processor, Ivy Bridge. Since The VAIO T is using a Sandy Bridge processor, graphics is processed with the HD Graphics 3000 within the processor. The VAIO T will come with 4GB RAM as standard and a hybrid storage solution with a 320GB HDD coupled with a 32GB SSD. And while the resolution of the 13” variant is 1366×768, Sony hasn’t announced the resolution of the 11” variant.
The Sony VAIO T ultrabooks is expected to arrive this month but prices hasn’t been announced.
Via: The Verge