VAIO’s Fit line of laptops will be coming out with touch-screen versions, as announced by Sony recently. Coming out this May, this line will be offering a premium laptop’s power and will be priced at par with a budget laptop.
Two models were announced by Sony- a 15-inch and a 14-inch one, with both promising some inviting options.
The 15-inch version will be sporting a display of full 1080p, with the 14-incher coming with 1600 x 900 HD display. Sony’s recent trademarks, strong blacks and detailed colors, will be in both of them along with the touch-screen.
Strong big speakers will be included in both laptops’ Fit E version, while there will be an added built-in sub-woofer in the 15-inch one. NFC technology will also be equipped in all the units, continuing Sony’s heavy inclination towards the technology.
Sony will also be giving option to the consumers to choose between the Nvidia GeForce GT graphics card or the standard Intel HD and HD 4000.They can also try their option between the hybrid hard drives or the solid state HDD’s.
With a price tag of around $600, these latest line of laptops are quite price-friendly, with the sleek aluminum chassis making sure that they look expensive none-the-less.
Ultrabooks are the hottest things of this year. Most of the tech lovers today feel that owning a touch enabled Windows 8 Ultrabook is a far better option than having a normal Windows 8 laptop.
Sony has announced its latest T Series Ultrabooks – VAIO T15 and VAIO T14 at CES yesterday that exactly answer the needs of gadget lovers. VAIO T14 has been released in the last year and is already on sales but Sony has now re-released it with an added touch screen option. Both, Vaio T 15 and Vaio T 14 come in lightweight magnesium and aluminum design.
VAIO T15 and VAIO T14 are priced at $950 and $800 respectively, and are available this spring through Sony and other retailers.
Sony VAIO T15 features a 15-inch 1080p full HD touch-enabled display with 1920×1080 pixel resolution. It is powered with the latest third generation Intel Core processors. The display presents more than 10-finger capacitive touch support and it also has an optical drive. The port selection is quite generous: VGA, HDMI, USB 3.0, an Ethernet jack and a headphone connection located on the left side, while the disc drive along with two USB 2.0 ports are located on the right edge. It is available with both SSD and standard hard drive options.
Sony’s last PC announcement is a new color for the VAIO Duo 11 slider: Sony is also adding a touch-screen option to the Vaio T 14 that’s already on sale.