CES 2012 is all about the ultrabooks or simply Intel and ultrabook manufacturers shoving ultrabooks to everyone’s face. Sony is going into action with an ultrabook of their own, displayed behind a plate of glass a 13-incher Sony ultrabook is sitting. It is such a handsome laptop but not as sexy as Acer Aspire S5 or HP Envy. Sony didn’t share much information about this device.
The laptop has silver color but it might change when it comes to retail. It has brushed aluminum texture and a shiny stylized VAIO logo stamped in the center. When the notebook is closed, it is not the thinnest ultrabook out there. It has glossy 13-inch display and Sony’s chiclet keyboard. Above the keyboard, there is a row of small physicall buttons that include power on/off, VAIO, Web and Assist. In front of the keyboard is a seamless clickpad and a VAIO logo on the left.
Connectivities include Ethernet jack, VGA and HDMI output. There is also an HDMI output, a memory card slot and a headphone jack. On the other side, it sits the power port, a fan and two USB ports.