Sony has officially debuted its flagship ultrabooks with Sony VAIO T11 and T13 that features Intel’s 2nd Gen Sandy Bridge Core i3-2367M with Intel HD 3000 graphics fitted with 4GB of RAM and either HDD, HDD/SSD hybrid, or full SSD storage. There’s a choice of 11.6-inch or 13.3-inch housed in an elegant magnesium and aluminum chassis with squared-off edges and buttonless trackpad. Integration-wise these ultrabooks boasts Bluetooth 4.0+HS and WiFi b/g/n, full-sized VGA, HDMI, ethernet ports, along with memory card readers and both USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports. To add, Sony has been mum of whether it will be offering a WWAN option with integrated 3G/4G.
Sony is still in secrecy for how long the runtimes for HDD and hybrid models but the SSD units will be up to nine hours. While you can have these ultrabooks in the closet for 3-months or 90-days in sleep mode without running out of charge according to the Japanese-giant.
Unfortunately, Sony hasn’t revealed the pricing for both VAIO T11 and T13 however, this two will be available later this month.
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