Sony first released the laptop under the VAIO brand for more than 20 years ago, since then gaining a large army of fans. In 2014, the unit was bought by a Japanese company JIP and production of the laptops went on a big break. VAIO now held a conference in Beijing, where the manufacturer announced the return to the market and revealed two new VAIO S13 and Z13.
VAIO S13 weighs 1.06 kg and is equipped with a metal enclosure, which combines polished and matte surfaces. On the left side of the ultrabook houses the charging port, air inlet, two USB 3.0 port and lock slot. To the right are additional USB 3.0, HDMI, SD slots, Ethernet ports and VGA. Novelty is equipped with 13.3-inch Full HD display, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD and is available in configurations with core i5-6200U and i7-6500U.
VAIO Z13 is different from the “younger brother” with a thickness of 16.8 mm, a weight of 1.17 kg and a resolution of display is Full HD the laptop has 2K-matrix. The manufacturer claims that the Z13 battery will last 12.5 hours on a single charge. The rest of the gadget replicates the specifications of the VAIO S13.
VAIO S13 on the basis of the Core i5 cost about $1 420, and the version with Core i7 will cost $1 780. Top VAIO Z13 will sell for $1 989.