Saying that this is the first official Sony ultrabook doesn't mean it is actually the "first". With Intel's push to create the brand ultrabook as thin and light notebooks, Sony also wanted to play this trick with a name that began to be recognized. Sony launches new VAIO T series, with the first model SVT1311M1E VAIO, laptop with 11" and 13" screens with a thickness of 18 mm.
Although I personally believe the Sony VAIO Z as the first ultrabook Sony official ste could be considered new laptop as their first "official".
As for hardware integration, of course, the latest generation of Intel Core processors, specifically a Core i3-2367M. With 4GB of RAM, 320GB hard drive and an integrated graphics processor (Intel HD Graphics 3000). All with a 13.3-inch screen that achieves a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels.
We have wireless connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11n Bluetooth 4.0 + HS. For wired connectivity is not ill-equipped, has a standard USB port and one USB 3.0 port with the capacity to use energy as a portable battery charger. To connect to an external display we can do it via HDMI, and unfortunately, also VGA.
Sony makes two mistakes with this ultrabook, a slow processor like the Core i3 and still do not understand how this is possible, continue to integrate a VGA connector for older monitors, adding thickness. The lack of an SSD is also disturbing, but integrates a cache memory SSD, without specifying the capacity of this unit, which leaves us well, integrates a 3200rpm hard drive, a bit slow compared to the rest of ultrabooks we have been watching over this year.
it will be on stores on July.
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