If you desire for an ultra-portable laptop without compromising on the power, performance, its time for you to move to VAIO Z series laptops. VAIO Z is a top-notch performer featuring Core i7 in an ultra-portable design.
VAIO Z measures 13-inch and is thinner and lighter than the current Apple Macbook Air, but will cost almost twice the price; £2,699. However, Asus UX21 is the nearest competitor by being the thinnest Core i7 Laptop.
Sony VAIO Z just weighs 1.18 kg (compared to 1.32 kg for Air and 1.1kg for ASUS UX21) and be just 16.65mm thin (compared to 17mm of MBA). Full dimensions are 210 x 16.65 x 330mm. Vaio Z comes with a backlit keyboard, ‘button-less’ touchpad.
The laptop packs in huge number of pixels in small 13” display. With resolutions of upto 1600×900, VAIO Z is among the highest pixel density laptops. The display has an anti-reflective coating that cuts glare.
VAIO Z Specs
- CPU: Intel Core i7-2620M 2.70GHz (with Turbo Boost up to 3.40GHz),
- RAM: 8GB of DDR3 SDRAM,
- Hard disk: 256GB SSD RAID storage (4 SSDs)
- Display: 13.1” 1600×900 or 1920×1080 HD display
- Quick Boot that cuts down boot time to half
- Embedded VAIO ‘everywair’ 3G WWAN on selected models connects via your mobile broadband operator.
- biometric sensor to log in and unlock.
- Power media Dock: a “monolithic expansion module” an brings with it Thunderbolt connectivity (Light Peak), HDMI and VGA connectivity to connect up to four displays, and 1GB of RAM extra graphics courtesy of AMD to boost overall graphics performance. It also comes with a DVD / Blu-ray drive.
- Battery: 7 hours + 7 hours sheet battery (14 hours total)
- HD web camera powered by Exmor technology
Availability & Pricing: Sony VAIO Z would be available in late July 2011 and cost nearly $3000.