Sony, the company known for its products of high-end features, design and off course price of its Vaio laptops, is now attempting to change the its perception with its new Vaio Fit lineup. The new line is comprised of the features of both the Fit and Fit E series in the price range well below $1,000.
With Windows 8 and optional touch screens, both the Fit and Fit E series include 14” and 15” models. The Fit E series devices are more cost-conscious which are starting from just $549 while the Fit lineup starts at $100+.
All Vaio Fit laptops offer:
- Intel third-generation Core also known as Ivy Bridge processor
- Fit’s 14” display sporting
- 600 x 900 resolution
- Fit’s 15” screens sets feature 1,920 x 1,080 resolution
- There is an option of Nvidia discrete graphics
- Solid state drives or hybrid storage options
- Blu-ray drives
- The Fit is available in brushed aluminum while Fit E has a plastic body.
- Both the lines are available in:
- The backlit keyboard is available with Fit 15
- As Fit is being sold with an eye to youngsters, it is equipped with ‘big box speakers’ while the 15E has a subwoofer as well.
- Sony plans to improve the performance of webcam of Fit by integrating its Exmor R CMOS sensors, the ones used in Xperia phones which may boost the image even in low light.
- Fit is being sent to the market with NFC technology
- Direct bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections with other mobile devices are now possible which may work by just a touch with the laptop.
- Sony Vaio Fit 14 review is exemplary thin and light laptop.
|Dimensions (WD)||13.3×9.3 inches|
|Graphics||Intel HD Graphics 4000|
|Hard drive||750GB+8GB Hybrid|
|Memory||8GB, 1,600MHz DDR3|
|Operating system||Windows 8|
|Price as reviewed / Starting price||$849 / $649|
|Processor||1.8GHz Intel i5-3337U|
|Screen size (diagonal)||14 inches|
|System weight / Weight with AC adapter||4.3 pounds / 4.75 pounds|
The Fit and Fit E models are being released later this month,