Sony makes its debut into the ultra portable machines called ultrabooks with its first VAIO T13. Light and portable, the 13-inch model is a great companion for on the go users, featuring a chassis made in aluminium and magnesium. “The responsive new VAIO T Series is always ready for action” says the company in the press release.
As its name suggests, it comes with a 13 (1366×768) LED screen and packs similar features you’ve probably seen at other ultrabooks. It includes Intel’s Core i3-2367M ultra low voltage, 4GB of RAM as standard, HDD or SSD options to improve system responsiveness along with full-sized VGA, HDMI and Ethernet ports. There is also a 1.3 megapixel built-in webcam plus plus an SD/MMC media slot.
Up to nine hours of battery life is promised for the SSD models only. Software wise, it will be equipped with Windows 7 platform. No word on pricing, but the VAIO T Series Ultrabook from Sony will be available from early June 2012. For more details, you can check out the Sony‘s full press release.