VAIO the computer and hardware manufacture that was a brand of Sony until it was sold to investment firm Japan Industrial Partners in February 2014.
Has this week unveiled two new hybrid systems that build on the technology included within its flagship Z series line of laptops when controlled by Sony, and take the form of the new VAIO Z laptop and VAIO Z Canvas hybrid systems.
The VAIO Z system is available to preorder from today and is equipped with a 13.3 inch touchscreen display and is powered by a fifth generation Intel Core i7 processor and fitted with a second generation high-speed solid state disk (SSD) for storage. The VAIO Z laptop is constructed from aluminium and carbon and weighs just 1.34kg and measures just 16.8mm in thickness.
The second in the range in the form of the VAIO Z Canvas will be available later this year during May 2015 and includes a detachable keyboard and offers users a 12.1 inch, 2,560 x 1,704 resolution display that offers a colour reproduction that covers 95 percent the Adobe RGB colour gamut and comes complete with a stylus and up to 1TB of SSD storage.
Unfortunately more hardware specifications have not been unveiled at the current time but it is thought the VAIO Z will be priced around $1,600 or 190,000 yen in Japan.Filed Under: Laptops, Top News