BERLIN: JAPANESE HARDWARE GIANT Sony showed off a couple of Vaio notebooks at IFA on Wednsday and here we have a close up video of the Vaio Fit.
With a "multi-flip" design that allows it to switch between laptop, tablet and viewer modes, the Sony Vaio Fit is a Windows 8 convertible that switches between three different modes, a little similar in design to Acer's R7.
Powered by an Intel Core i7 4500U processor with up to 8GB of DDR3L SDRAM, the Vaio Fit also features an Intel HD Graphics 4400 chip for video gaming.
The Sony Vaio Fit will offer a choice of three different display sizes of 13.3in, 14in and 15.5in, each with full HD 1080p 1920x1080 resolution and a wide aspect ratio of 16:9, all packed into a 14.3mm to 17.9mm thick chassis that weighs 1.2kg.
Sony said the Vaio Fit should hit store shelves sometime in October. Prices are yet to be revealed. µ
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