The Sony Vaio T Series Ultrabooks seem to proudly take on the new generation notebook branding, being the first of their kind to emerge from the Japan-based conglomerate. Comprising of the T11 and T13 variants, the range comes bearing second generation Intel Core processors along with a host of features.
Expected to launch in 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch variants, the series is bundled with the Rapid Wake + Eco attribute that’s said to resume the laptop from sleep mode in seconds. For business and professional users, the Adobe Acrobat X Standard software should enable quick and easy creation of PDF documents, while the Intel Smart Response can apparently speed up file transfers to around 10 times when combined with SSDs. There’s also a 90-day trial version of the Anti-Theft service. Entertainment buffs will have the xLoud and Clear Phase technologies that are complemented by 9 hours of battery life on SSD models.
Where specifications are concerned, the Vaio SVT1311M1E or T13 notebook employs the Intel Core i3 2367M processor along with the genuine 64-bit Windows 7 Home premium OS. It features 4GB of DDR3 SDRAM operating at 1,333MHz and a 320GB HDD, fitted within its 226mm x 17.8mm x 323mm form factor. For visual experiences, Sony has thrown in a 13.3-inch Vaio display with resolutions of 1366 x 768 pixels and the Intel HD Graphics 3000 graphics family. Other features bestowed upon the device include Wi-Fi 902.11b/g/n standards, Bluetooth 4.0 + HS, USB 2.0 and 3.0, HDMI, a 1.31MP webcam as well as a touchpad that has gesture support.
The Sony Vaio T Series Ultrabooks prices aren’t official as yet, although both 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch variants are expected to be available from this month onwards.