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In general, people don’t like sliders that much but when we tested the Sony Vaio Duo 11 recently we were really impressed by it’s ability as a pen-driven slate in easel mode. Sony might be ready to offer a larger version of the hybrid Ultrabook if a leaked video is anything to go by and we think it could be a Haswell-based 3rd-gen Ultrabook.
You can save $100 on the Sonytouchscreen Ultrabook, bringing the starting price to $699. The company recently reduced the entry-level price for the T13 touch to match that of the non-touchscreen T13. The T13 is one of three T-series Ultrabooks from Sony that can be equipped with a touchscreen.
Not that long ago at CES 2013 Sony announced they were introducing two new additions to the Vaio T-Series lineup, a touch-enabled T-14 and a new T-15 model, also with a touchscreen and today these two new Ultrabooks are available to order from Sony and Best Buy
Since introducing the Vaioand T13 Ultrabooks last year, Sony has added the T14 to the lineup and also begun offering a touchscreen version of the T13 since the launch of Windows 8. Now at CES, Sony is announcing that it is bringing touch to the T14 and adding and even larger unit, the T15 (also available with touch), to the T-series lineup.
Sony US is currently offering an $80 savings on any of their T-series Ultrabooks, which includes the T13 and T14, when you upgrade to a Core i7 processor.
Sony is now offering a T11 (11″) and T13 (13″). This one slipped under our radar last month amid the flood of Windows 8 Ultrabooks being announced. Sony unfortunately missed an opportunity to add additional features to the T14, instead opting to included a dated optical drive.Ultrabook, a 14″ version of the company’s Ultrabook line. It joins the aptly named
Sony has now officially revealed their Windows 8 Ultrabook lineup; release date for all products is on the 26th as the new OS launches. There’s the Duo 11 slider hybrid and the T13 (with touchscreen variants). Prices have been confirmed and Sony has dropped the non-touchscreen model of the T13 down to $669 making it one of the most attractive value Ultrabooks on the market. Whether or not the will make a Windows 8 or touchscreen appearance has yet to be seen
We’ve got our hands on the Sony VAIO T13 Ultrabook which has so far been quite impressive. In addition to having one of the the most unique designs in the Ultrabook market, the T13 is also one of the cheapest 13″ Ultrabooks you can get your hands on. The build quality is quite impressive and it resumes nearly instantly from sleep. The T13 will soon be launching with a touchscreen and Windows 8 making this a better time than ever to see if it’s worth waiting for.
Sony has announced that it will be adding a touchscreen option to the company’s first Ultrabook, the According to Engadget the ‘T13-2′ can be speced up quite nicely — up to a Core i7, 256GB SSD, and 8GB of RAM. Pricing doesn’t seem to be confirmed yet, but Sony mentions somewhere in the $1600 range for the aforementioned top-end model. The non-touchscreen now starts at the fair price of $739; it is unclear how much the touchscreen base model will add to this starting price. The touchscreen T13 is expected to go on sale as Windows 8 launches later this month on the 26th..
Though it seems doubtful that the smaller VAIO T11 is going to make it to US shores, Sony US is currently offering up to $320 on savings on the T13 Ultrabook. The discounts do not come off of the base price but are instead discounts on upgrades that you can select during the customization process. Additionally, if you’re a student you can get up to $250 toward a PS3 or Playstation Vita. Here’s a rundown of the savings: Read the rest of this entry »