Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Sony announced the VAIO T11 and T13, its first ultrabook

The thin and light mobile computers, the specifications of Intel and therefore entitled to wear the brand Ultrabook, finally appeared in the range of Sony. Ultrabuki first Japanese manufacturer entered into a series of VAIO T. Models VAIO T11 and T13 have the body of magnesium and aluminum, are characterized by a fast-boot, and a large reserve of battery life. 

Sony announced the VAIO T11 and T13, its first ultrabook

According to the manufacturer's in sleep mode, data is stored in computer memory without the external power supply up to 90 days, and during continuous operation on one battery charge reaches 9:00. The company makes a reservation that such margin of autonomy can expect only buyers of models with SSD. 


Sony announced the VAIO T11 and T13, its first ultrabook

ultrabook basis of processor Intel Core are the third generation with low power consumption. Model T11 has a screen size of 11.6 inches, T13 - 13,3 inches, a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. Equipment includes a video output HDMI and VGA, Bluetooth 4.0 adapters and IEEE 802.11b/g/n, USB 2.0 and 3.0, as well as web-camera high-definition and a slot for SD and MMC. In addition, the manufacturer notes the use of technology in the audio subsystem xLOUD and Clear Phase, improving sound quality. 

Sony announced the VAIO T11 and T13, its first ultrabook

ultrabook suitable for recharging the batteries of mobile devices - USB port provides power even when the computer is in sleep mode or turned off.
Weight VAIO T13 - 1,3 kg, dimensions - 226 x 17,8 x 323 mm.
Sales
ultrabook Series VAIO T in the European market, Sony promises to begin this month. Data on the price yet.
Source: Sony