The Vaio Pro 13 is Sony's second serious swing at the ultrabook market, following on from its 2012, mid-priced entry into the space with the Vaio T13. Yet, rather than target the mid market, this time round Sony's decided to come out all guns blazing and try to take control of the top-end enterprise space. It has loaded the Pro 13 with a host of top-end components and a unique carbon fibre case that makes it "the lightest touchscreen ultrabook" ever made, according to the firm.
The chassis means that despite featuring a moderately sized 13.3in Full HD 1920x1080 Triluminos touchscreen and measuring in at 322x216x17.2mm, the Pro 13 only weighs 1.06kg. Combined with the Pro 13's seemingly robust design, this means that come its release later this month the Pro 13 could be the ideal travel companion for any power-hungry business user on the go.
Check back with V3 later this month for a full review of the Sony Vaio Pro 13.
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