Sony started shipping large screen laptops of new Sony Vaio T Series ultrabooks pricing at $699. They are persuing the thinner and lighter laptops.
The Operating System & Processor
The Sony Vaio T series ultrabooks are equipped with the Intel core processors, based on the new Ivy Bridge technology. The The Sony Vaio T series ultrabooks have Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system.
Memory & Storage
The Sony Vaio T series ultrabooks support up to 8GB memory and with a hard disc storage of 1TB or 512GB SSD storage.
Screen , Resolution and Weights
The Sony Vaio T series 14 has a 14-inch screen, and with a resolution of 1366-by-768 pixels. Its weight is 1.86 kilograms.
The Sony Vaio T series 15 has a 15-inch screen. And Its weight is 2.35 kilograms.
The Targeted Users
The Vaio T Series 14 and 15 ultrabooks are meant for students and professors, which is said by Sony in a statement.
What are the hightlights?
Large storage and fast boot time. “A unique feature of the laptops is the ability to combine hard drives with low-capacity 24GB solid-state drives, which can be used to store operating systems. SSDs are typically faster than hard drives and can help laptops boot and perform faster.” (said by PCadvisor)
The Sony VAIO SE 15.5 inch multimedia notebook is now available for purchase and shipping. From $ 999.99, weighs only 4.4 pounds with the standard battery (5.77 with extended battery slice) and a little less than an inch thick. It is available with the latest Intel dual-core Core i3/i5/i7 including, up to 8 GB of RAM and an SSD and options. It also has a backlit keyboard, USB 3.0, and has a screen resolution of 1080p (1920×1080).
The VAIO SE is available in two colors, black and silver. The new version of Windows 8 is now available.
The highlight feature is as the followings:
1. 3rd gen Intel® Core™ i7 quad core processor available
2. Windows 8 Pro available
3. 13.3″ and 15.5″ screen sizes available
4. Double your battery life with available sheet battery
The Sony VAIO SE is power for its Core i7 quad core processor and up to 2GB of VRAM14 make the 15.5″, which is perfect for gaming. It provides awesome long battery life, up to 10 hours of combined battery life. It has perfect picture quality and more.
BearAnderson reviewed the Sony VAIO SE like this. “I owned the previous generation s series from 2011. I had a chance to update to this new generation. Sony literally fixed everything my OCD/engineering mind hated. Not joking. The build quality was the first improvement. The new ruff lid is much more durable and easy to grab. The magnesium body rivals the macbook. And with the addition of the new disk drive, the body is very very rigid. The buttons on the top of the keyboard actually do useful things. And the throwback switch at the top is less useful but allows me to feel mechanically in control of the settings. The new nividia gpu is a thousand times better than the radeon. It doesn’t turn the screen on and off to change between the integrated gpu and nividia’s. That was hella annoying. And the BATTERY LIFE is superb. And the sheet battery makes it just as thick as any other laptop. Oh and I recommend getting a SSD over a regular hard drive. It makes windows 8 the best computer experience ever. Thanks sony for actually fixing problems and making a great laptop.”