Saturday, February 1, 2014


#034 - Sony Tablet & Laptop Hybrid

Don't we always wonder 'What's the next big thing'? We certainly do! Besides looking at our phone during our commute, playing new apps on our tablet at home and, starring at big screen laptop and desktop in our office and our 60' tv at home, the fact that we are so hooked up to screens and heavy stream of information is almost overwhelming. Until that bubble burst, we are still asking for more. 

Having so many devices is a tedious thing. Think about how you want your phone screen bigger, your laptop lighter, and your iPad comes with a keyboard... We are predicting our future is one of these big giant companies will come up with something combines all we need, and will forever replace the phone, laptop and tablet. 

Trust me, this is already happening.

Not long ago, SONY has released their VAIO FIT 15A (or Muti FIT in other countries) which allows you to flip the laptop screen and turns it into a tablet for muti-functions. A brand new battle field has been released. This is our future. 

  • 5-inch LED touchscreen display with Sony Triluminos for mobile technology
  • Screen resolution ranges from Full HD (1920 x 1080) to 2880 x 1620
  • CPU choices include Intel Core i5 and Core i7
  • Graphics in base model are integrated Intel HD Graphics 4400, on other models (including the test unit used in this Sony Ultrabook review) are equipped with Nvidia(NVDA) GeForce GT 735M GPUs
  • 1 TB hybrid hard drive (includes 16GB NAND Flash)
  • Standard RAM installed ranges from 8GB to 16GB
  • Intel High Definition audio
  • HD web camera
  • HDMI out, 2 x USB 3.0, SD card slot
  • Ethernet, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
  • Touchpad
  • Backlit keyboard
  • Supports Vaio pressure-sensitive digital Active Pen (included with some models)
  • 3170 mAh lithium polymer battery rated for up to 5 hours
  • Weighs 5.05 lbs, 0.79-inches at thickest
  • Price ranges from $999 to $1799.99
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