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Wednesday, 02 May 2012 08:49

Sony rolls out VAIO T13 ultrabook

Written by Fudzilla staff



13-inch Sandy Bridge, coming next month


Sony has unveiled its first ultrabook, the Sandy Bridge rocking 13-inch VAIO T13.

A quick glance at the spec sheet does not reveal anything too spectacular. Sony still relies on the Core i3-2367M processor, the T13 packs 4GB of RAM and hybrid storage, with a 320GB HDD and 32GB SSD.  It features a 13.3-inch 1366x768 display, Intel HD 3000 graphics, USB 3.0 and Bluetooth 4.0.

We told you not to expect anything spectacular, didn’t we? Still, the T13 looks like a decent piece of kit and we like the design. Judging by the specs, it shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg, either. Sadly, there is no word on the price yet, as the T13 is slated to hit retail in June.

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