VAIO Dawned a Comeback with New Convertible Hybrids

vaio dawned a comeback with new convertible hybrids

VAIO is back with two new full-blood monster PCs. VAIO Dawned Convertible Hybrids

After Sony sold it to an investment fund company, Japan Industrial Partners more than a year ago now, VAIO announced today at Tokyo its first devices designed and manufactured by VAIO itself – the VAIO Z and the VAIO Z Canvas. 



VAIO Z is the company’s new flagship – a $1, 600 ultrabook with a hinged back that allows users to transform it from laptop to pseudo-tablet. It comes in two variants, each with a 13.3-inch display, either an Intel i7 or i5 processor. Its body surfaced with an aluminium carbon shell, and an SSD that the company claims can boot the computer from standby in 0.3 seconds. A hinge on the back of the Z’s frame allows the laptop’s display to be turne, either letting it face outwards with the laptop closed to form a tablet, or so it can be flipped to show others what you’re working on.

Branding its flagship Z a MONSTER PC, VAIO asserted it won’t consume power too fast. For an opulent price tag, the company boasts and assures the potential buyer to get a machine with more than 15.5 hours of battery life — the longest ever for a VAIO laptop.


VAIO Z Canvas “Monster Tablet”

On the other hand, VAIO Z Canvas is a cheaper, smaller and lighter option with a detachable keyboard. The Z Canvas is VAIO’s MONSTER TABLET, a 12.3-inch device with an i7 processor, a 256GB SSD, and up to 16GB of onboard memory. Like its bigger brother, the Z Canvas can transform and change its shape: the device comes with a detachable keyboard, allowing users to stand it up like a laptop, or sever the keyboard for a while and use a stylus like a tablet.

VAIO Z is up for pre-order in Japan today, while the Z Canvas isn’t due a little later than the Z proper, expected to be release on May this year.

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