The Vaio T series comes in two models the T11 and T13. The difference between the two is their screen size which the T11 possess an 11.6 inch display monitor while the T13 has 13.3 inch display that uses LED backlit screens that are thin and lightweight.
In its press release, Sony said that the ultrabooks are smartly styled with chassis made in tough magnesium and aluminum, and is a go-anywhere computer that is tailor-made to handle daily trips to the office or lecture theatre.
Internal specs include an Intel Core i3-2367M processor and 4GB DDR3-1333MHz memory, with an optional hybrid 320 GB HDD storage with an option to a 32GB SSD flash drive. Other hardware includes 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, a single USB 2.0 port, USB 3.0 with USB charge, HDMI output, integrated web cam, VGA and RJ45 network ports, GbE LAN, plus an SD/MMC media slot and Sony’s xLOUD and Clear Phase audio, and the touchpad supports gestures.
It will also come with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit as the default operating system installed.
Screen display resolution is the laptop standard of 1366 x 768 (16:9) resolution using Intel HD Graphics 3000 support. Among the special features included is the Rapid Wake technology that activates the notebook into action in seconds by just opening the screen to wake up the machine and put it in a sleep mode when the screen is closed. It also has a built-in Exmor for PC HD web camera that takes clearer picture of you during video chats even in poor lighted environment.
When equipped with an SSD, these ultrabooks is capable of operating up to nine hours. Hybrid models are capable of using the Intel Smart Response Technology with SSD cache memory on the motherboard combined with a high-capacity HDD for mass storage.
The Sony Vaio T series will be released in European market in June with no definite date yet for the US and in other countries. The price for this ultrabooks is also yet to be revealed.
Via Daily Tech.