Recently, a popular manufacturer of office equipment – SONY – has introduced the ultrabook Sony VAIO T13 which is already available in stores in Europe. The design was thoroughly worked on, because the body of the device has an attractive appearance and is made of aluminum and magnesium. Its size is 13.3 inches, width – 17.8 millimeters and it weighs 1.6 kilograms.

But the ultrabook uses an Intel i3 Sandy Bridge processor, whilst the next-generation Intel Ivy Bridge processor has been released. And the latter works much faster. The fact that the previous-gen processor is used in VAIO T13 could have been considered a shortcoming had it been not compensated with the technologies that will be discussed below.

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High-speed performance and instantaneous boot-up of the device are essential specs of any ultrabook. And Sony VAIO T13 keeps up with other models providing its users with these great convenient options, because the device uses the Rapid Wake + Eco technology which takes care of a fast start.

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Also, it will be comfortable for any user to work with the Sony VAIO T13 as the device has a Touch Screen, Clear PhasexLOUD and xLOUD Sound Technology, and Exmor connector which will allow you to connect an HD camera. You can recharge the device anywhere you go via the USB port, even when the computer is in sleep mode. But you may not even take advantage of this option because SONY VAIO T13 has up to 9 hours of battery life.

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The hardware part of the device also keeps up with the competitors. 4 GB of DDR3 memory will not allow the programs to “freeze” or run slowly, standard 320 gigabytes will store a lot of movies and music. The display has LED backlighting and a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. The video card Intel HD Graphics 3000 can handle even rather demanding games with AA graphics level. And of course, the ultrabook has Wi-Fi module, MicroSD, HDMI, 2.0 and 3.0 USB ports. These units will be available on the shelves of the stores in early summer 2012.

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