New Vaio S hits market

The Sony Vaio line has welcomed its latest member – the Vaio S laptop. Featuring an Intel Ivy Bridge chip inside the Vaio S is available in two different models – with a 13-inch display and a 15-inch screen with the latter offering 1080p IPS and amazing picture quality.

Apart from the display the 15-inch model comes with an Intel Core i7-3612QM Ivy Bridge chip at 2.1 GHz, 8 GB of RAM and NVIDIA’s GeForce GT 640M graphics chip along the Intel HD 4000 graphics that resides in the Ivy Bridge processor. The new Vaio S also offers 1 TB of hard drive storage, Bluetooth 4.0, two USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0 port and a 1.3 MP web camera.

Sony Vaio S

The smaller 13-inch model is still a mystery as there’s no word on its hardware specs except that it will offer a SSD option next to the on-board hard drive, just like the bigger 15-inch model.

The 13-inch S series starts at 749.99 USD, while the 15-inch Sony Vaio S costs 979.99 USD and up.


Source: PCAdvisor.co.uk

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