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Sony Debuts First Ultrabook VAIO T Series

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one good thing about this ultrabook is Sony hasn't skimped on the connectivity options. Also it looks really gooooooood. :rockout:
 
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Looks nice, good connectivity, but 1366x768 is a bit "netbook" for a premium device. And I don't like screen-is-a-foot concept. Four feet planted on the ground, don't use the screen as a prop.
 
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Why buy this when Ivy Bridge is just around the corner?

Also expect prices to be around VAIO Z-level.
Ivy Bridge is already here.

This has a really nice sleek look but I would have preferred a higher res screen.

They should have left out that vga and put in another usb
 

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Horrid screen and Intel graphics combine to make this overpriced junk.
 
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1366x768 screen and a 5400RPM HDD? Ha. I don't buy SONY junk, so I'm glad I won't be missing much.
 
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I agree with everyone here. The screen is BS. If they are going to compete against the AirBook they need to up the screen res to at least 1440x900 and SSD standard.
 
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Sony i am disappoint, i guess they didn't want to compete with the VAIO SA with 1600x900 screen. Looks sexy though.
 
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If this is $750 at the most then it will be worth it. Anyone know what battery they are going to put in this?