Sony recently announced a new ultrabook computer in the European market — the Sony VAIO T13. This one’s a 13.3-inch ultrabook measuring only 17.8mm thick and weighing 1.6Kg. The notebook sports a neat and clean design, with chassis made in aluminium and magnesium. The VAIO T13 is powered by Intel Core i3 Sandy Bridge processor, which is a downside because Sony could have definitely made use of the latest Intel Ivy Bridge processor.
Booting quickly is a requirement for ultrabooks and guess what Sony VAIO T13 doesn’t disappoint in this department. Just open the Ultrabook lid and Rapid Wake + Eco gets you up and running in moments. When you need to take a break, close the lid and the T Series goes into an energy-efficient deep sleep, keeping your data stored safely for up to 90 days without running out of power.
Flagship features include button-free multi-gesture touchpad, pivot gestures, built-in Exmor for PC HD web camera, xLOUD and Clear Phase sound technologies, USB charging for phones even in sleep mode, PlayMemories Home video editing software, and 9 hours of battery life.
Main specification include Intel Core i3-2367M processor, 4GB DDR3 memory, 320GB HDD + 32GB SSD, 13.3-inch LED backlit display (1366×768), and Intel HD Graphics 3000.
Sony VAIO T13 also features WiFi, Bluetooth, card reader, USB 3.0, USB 2.0, and HDMI.
The Sony VAIO SVT1311M1E ultrabook will be available from early June 2012.