Sony gives VAIO S and VAIO Z lines Ivy Bridge upgrade
Progressively laptops are becoming updated with a few luscious Intel Ivy Bridge, and Sony is the most recent company is straighten brushed up lines. Both the Sony VAIO S and Sony Vaio Z series could receive updates, which admits quicker CPUs and graphics cards. The Sony Vaio S series is purchasable at 13 and 15-inch sizes, by the latter putting up a 1080p IPS screen alternative and a sizable 1TB of storage space.
The 15-inch Sony Vaio S and Sony VAIO Z could boast an 8GB of RAM and Intel Core i7-3612QM. Specs betwixt the different models quite dramatically different otherwise. The Sony Vaio S series comes in magnesium or aluminium options, has an optical disk drive for Blu-ray or DVD playback, and boasts NVIDIA GT 640M graphics card on top of integrated HD 4000 GPU from Intel. The common radios are aboard as well, with WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI out and two USB 3.0 ports. Sony could as well provide an optinal sheet battery which they tell could boost battery life for 14 hours.
The 13.1-inch Sony VAIO Z in the meantime switches out the 1TB HDD for a 256GB Solid State Drive, has LTE/3G connectivity contingent on configurations, and could bear the Power Media Dock as if the Sandy Bridge model. That’ll house an AMD Radeon HD 7670M, Blu-ray drive, and additional USB 3.0 ports. Differently at the laptop you are followed Intel HD 4000 graphics, HDMI out and one USB 3.0 port. Gives thanks to the extended carbon fiber’s use the weight has been subdued, coming at 1.18kg on the standard battery.
No word at what the Sony VAIO S 13-inch will bring, what you are able to anticipate to pay for every from the models, or even once you can get your hands at them. The Sony VAIO Z commands a high cost to its premium building and internals though, as the Sony VAIO S has been a little easier at the wallet in the preceding.