Sony has refreshed its Vaio line of computers with the addition of the Fit series. The new laptops are aimed at business users and students who are after a “premium design” at an “entry-level” price.
With a $649 (£417) price tag, the Fit 14 comes with a display resolution of 1600×900 pixels, aluminium coating, touchscreen support and NFC technology.
The Fit 15 offers a 1080p display at the higher cost of $699 (£449), and the line also includes the Fit E budget alternatives.
Coming with either a 14- or 15-inch display, the Fit E laptops feature a screen with a lower 1366×768 resolution and retail at $547 (£351) and $579 (£372) respectively.
Sony has also given a specs boost to some of its existing Vaio machines, with the L Series receiving the Bravia Engine X-Reality processor and expanded hard drive space of up to 3TB.
The 15-inch T Series Ultrabook and Tap 20 hybrid device have also been given incremental upgrades.
Sony’s Vaio Fit laptops will be available in mid-May.