Sony finally officially announced the VAIO T ultrabook - if in view of its design, the device is not much different from those already in the previous preach at CES 2012. Where the device has a metal-coated body with only 17.8 mm thick. VAIO T comes with two choices of 11 inches and 13 inches with a screen resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. The Sony does not say how the screen resolution for 11 inch ultrabook hers.
On the inside of the sector, according to information reported by The Verge, the device is reported to have been pinned on an Intel Core i3 Sandy Bridge (not Ivy Bridge), 4 GB RAM, and Intel HD 3000 integrated graphics and Ultrabook VAIO T has a HDMI port, VGA and RJ45..
For data storage devices using solid state drive or a hybrid system that is installed on a 320 GB hard drive with SSD cache memory to speed up bootup time, the battery on the VAIO T is claimed to supply power for up to nine hours duration SSD models only.
Provided also slot SD / MMC and Exmor HD web camera for PC-sharp 1.3 megapixels, and features xLOUDTM and Clear Phase technology for sound quality. Rumored price tag ranges at 679 pounds (USD937).