Sony have become the latest manufacturer to enter the ultrabook market, unvieling today their Vaio T13 laptop.
Measuring just 226 x 17.8 x 323 mm and weighing 1.6Kg, it features a 13-inch (1366 x 768) LED screen, Intel’s Core i3-2367M Ultra Low Voltage processor, 4GB of DDR3 memory as standard, and a 320GB hard drive with a secondary 32GB SSD for fast booting apps, and quick wake up times.
Connectivity options include HDMI, VGA and RJ45 network ports and an SD/MMC media slot. A 1.3 megapixel “Exmor for PC” HD web camera sits above the screen, with xLOUDTM and Clear Phase technologies pumping out the sound.
Battery life can stretch as far as a claimed 9 hours with the Vaio T13, while a deep-sleep mode keeps unsaved work from being lost for up to 90 days if your battery runs too low.
“Thin, light and portable, the responsive new VAIO T Series is always ready for action,” reads the Sony release.
“Blending durability and performance, and loaded with the latest technologies from Sony and Intel, it’s the first Ultrabook™ to proudly carry the VAIO name.”
Due in stores in June, there’s no price announced yet for Sony’s first ultrabook. Scroll down for some more pictures of Sony’s new machine.
By Gerald Lynch | May 2nd, 2012