Sony officially launches its VAIO Hybrid Duo team at USD $1,100
A month ago, at the IFA technology fair 2012 Sony introduced the VAIO computers VAIO Tap Duo and 20 , a pair of very innovative proposals that seek to revolutionize the way we think about traditional PC, taking advantage of the features of Windows 8 for handling GUI, leaning towards a touch operation on screen.
Thus we see that the Vaio duo is a concept known to all: the hybrid or convertible, looking at first glance a tablet but hiding under the hood a full physical keyboard backlit, with features very high: 11.6-inch touchscreen type IPS Full HD (1080p) covered with Gorilla Glass, NFC chip, GPS, two cameras (front and back) both of 2.1 Mpx, two USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI output and memory card slot. Even we have Ethernet and VGA for video.
Inside, the computer has an Intel Ultrabook: Intel Core i3 processors from Core i7 to (!), According to consumer choice. It also comes with 4GB of RAM and a solid state drive of 128GB (or 256GB if you pay more), which is powered by a 4.960 mAh battery.
Of course, it comes with pre-installed Windows 8 and will be sold from October 26, the same date of the launch of Windows 8 , for a base price of USD $ 1,100 with the most basic configuration. Cost? Appropriate? Judge for yourself, but here we have the impression of being faced with something bigger and exciting than the ultrabooks of $ 1,000, which were failures recently.convertible, duo, hybrid, Hybrids, Sony, Sony VAIO, sony vaio duo, Sony Vaio Tap 20, Tap 20, Tap Vaio 20, Vaio, vaio duo