Friday, July 13, 2012

New Sony laptops price list 2012

Sony laptops

Sony is no stranger to thin, portable laptops. The company is proud of Vaio's exceptional growth in Indian market and it hope to continue the momentum by further strengthening their business pillars of strong product line-up, robust distribution network and innovative marketing. Take the company’s Vaio Z series laptops. These Sony laptops are 13-inch device that’s just 0.66 inches thick. While those specs make most of us think ultrabook, Sony revealed its first true, Intel-approved ultrabooks, the Vaio T series. The 13-inch model in Sony’s new ultrabook line-up is a bit thicker and much heavier than the company’s existing super-thin Z series notebook. It’s a curious data point given device thinness and lightness is an ultrabook calling card. The new T13 weighs 1.6kg.

Its nearly a full pound heavier than the Vaio Z series notebook. As for thinness, the T13 ultrabook is 17.8 mm, about 0.7 inches. That’s just a smidgen thicker than Sony’s 0.66-inch Z series notebook, but it’s still a noteworthy data point considering ultrabooks are supposed to own the thin-and-light crown. Beyond this, the new Vaio T Sony laptops include what you’d expect in an ultrabook. The lineup features 11-inch and 13-inch models, the Vaio T11 and Vaio T13, respectively. The computers feature slick silver bodies made of magnesium and aluminum, and include HDMI and VGA ports, as well as SD/MMC card reader slots.
Sony’s 13-incher will come with 4GB of memory, a 1366×768 display, hybrid 320GB HDD and 32GB SSD storage, and Intel HD Graphics 3000. It promises up to nine hours of battery life, and an any time charger for your smartphone, allowing you to charge your phone even when the laptop is off, or in sleep mode. The T Series specs aren’t mind-blowing, but they’re on par with ultrabooks currently on the market. But, unfortunately, what’s on the market right now will soon be outdated when Intel’s third-generation Ivy Bridge processors begin arriving in hardware. Sony’s specs show that the T Series ultrabooks will run Intel’s Core i3-2367M processor, a Sandy Bridge chip that will be eclipsed by Ivy Bridge. Its full spec can be get from Sony laptops price list.
The Sony Vaio S Series is another high performing machine. These laptops in India are massively packed out with a 2.8GHz Core i7 CPU, 6GB of RAM, a 640GB hard drive, and an integrated Blu-ray drive. Switchable graphics let you jump between a Radeon HD 6630M and an integrated chip, depending on how miserly you need to be with your power consumption. And there is dazzlingly bright IPS screen, an odd 15.5 inches diagonally, offers a phenomenal 1920 x 1080 resolution along with genuine 1080p right there. Ports include 3 USBs (one is USB 3.0), SD slot, Memory Stick slot, Ethernet, HDMI and VGA. Their latest price are available on Sony laptops price list.

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