Sony Refreshes Vaio Line up with the Fit series
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.