The First Sony Ultrabook, the Vaio T13, has hit stores this month to early rave reviews and gold stars on the majority of review websites. With impressive specs such as a 13.3in 1366×768 LED backlit screen, and 4GB of 1333MHz DDR3 RAM, this model seems set to be a strong contender in the already competitive laptop market.
Battery life is also set to be impressive with this model – Sony have said it will offer 9 hours with the SSD option, and bundled with it are Adobe Acrobat X Standard and Sony’s Playmemories HD video editing suite, so great for workaholics and players alike. To further add to it’s appeal, and because it is so lightweight and could be easy to steal, Intel’s Anti-Theft Service 3 is also included, on a 90 day free trial. This protects personal data on the machine, should it go astray.
The full specs of the Vaio T13 include:
- 13.3in 1366×768 LED backlit screen. 1.4GHz Intel Sandy Bridge Core
- i3-2367M chip
- 4GB of 1333MHz DDR3 RAM.
- Choice of a SSD drive or a 320GB 7200RPM hard disk drive with a 32GB SSD cache.
- built-in HD web camera
- 2.4GHz 802.11n WiFi,
- SD/MMC media slot
- one USB 2.0 port
- one USB 3.0 port
- HDMI out
So, as modern technology progresses, and we see more and more products evolve that are capable of so much more than Charles Babbage could ever have dreamed of, what does this mean for the future of processes, both at home and in the workplace. Things like editing PDFs, for example, (a subject close to our hearts), may be able to be completed in seconds, and might not even be needed at all (heaven forbid). What do you think the future of technology spells out?
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