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.