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Tuesday, January 08, 2013
Sony Expands Touch Enabled Vaio Ultrabook Line


Sony today updated its VAIO T Series Ultrabook line with an optional touchscreen for the T Series 14 Ultrabook and the new Full HD, touch-enabled T Series 15.

The T Series incorporates Sony's digital imaging and audio technologies, and packs high performance and mobility into a slim magnesium and aluminum design.

The new touch enabled VAIO T Series 14 and T Series 15 will be available in Spring for about $800 and $950.



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