the face of the market ultra-extreme frenzy, some established players seem quite resentment, Sony is one of a Seeing stuff own thin and light notebook advantage is the pile of a mold made out of red pieces, Sony psychological is certainly not the taste.the
but resentment to normalized resentment, and money earned. So, today, Intel to promote ultra-pole of this concept a full six months after we saw the Sony these two super extremely belated this product – VAIO T13, the T11 of the VAIO.the
from a modeling point of view, Sony is clearly not considered “thin” is super pole this sole task, and the body of T13 and T11 according to the present point of view is too plump. Sony did not disclose their thickness, but from a visual point of view the most thickest should not be less than 2 centimeters … In fact, four of them Quartet Unibody modeling allows us to think more before the VAIO Z series.
Although Sony has always been like fibers, plastics make a big fuss, but the VAIO T13 and the VAIO the T11 uses a metal casing design of ultra-pole standard 13-inch T13 weight is 1.6KG, this indicator super pole this does not seem so rosy, it is even heavier than some models of the VAIO Z – This is also confirmed from the side of their position.
configuration, the VAIO T13 and the VAIO the T11 use processors Intel Sandybirdge, standard Core i3-2367M, with 4GB of DDR3 memory and Intel’s own HD3000 high-definition graphics, 320GB mechanical hard drive and 32GB SSD constitute a mixture of memory, 13-inch T13 screen resolution of 1366 × 768,11 inch T11 resolution is not released; interfaces include Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI output, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0. Overall, two ultra-pole of this did not used to Sony’s top of the configuration and positioning seem to be quite “mainstream”, I hope they can have a “mainstream” price.the
Sony will be the end of this month to announce these two ultra-pole the more detail, the following picture from the official Sony cable bandit please for personal use:
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