Sony has just announced it’s own entry to the ultrabook
bandwagon category: the VAIO T series. The VAIO T comes in two versions: a 11.6-inch version (the T11) and a larger, 13.3-inch variant (the T13). Both variants use an aluminum-magnesium chassis, and will sport an Intel Core i3-2367M processor (sorry kids, no Ivy Bridge yet). The device uses a 320GB HDD paired with 32GB of SSD, which we imagine will use Intel’s patented SMT allowing the device to have a roomy drive and have fast start-up times. That’s topped off with about 4GB of DDR3 memory and xLOUD and Clear Phase audio technologies. No word on pricing or local availability yet.
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