|Screen Size||13.3 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366x768|
|Processor||1.7 GHz Intel Core i5|
|RAM||4 GB DRAM|
|Memory Speed||1333 MHz|
|Hard Drive||500 GB flash_memory_solid_state|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 4000|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||7.5 hours|
Sony VAIO T Series SVT13112FXS 13.3-Inch Ultrabook (Silver Mist)
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|RAM Size||4 GB||8 GB||8 GB||4 GB|
|Processor (CPU) Manufacturer||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel|
|Processor Speed||1.7 GHz||1.6 GHz||3.1 GHz||2.4 GHz|
|Display Resolution Maximum||1366x768||1920 x 1080||2256x1504 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||13.3 in||13.3 in||13.5 in||15.6 in|
|Hard-Drive Size||500 GB||256 GB||256 GB||1,000 GB|
|Item Dimensions||8.9 x 12.72 x 0.71 in||12.7 x 8.7 x 0.5 in||0.57 x 12.13 x 8.79 in||10.2 x 15.02 x 1.19 in|
|Item Weight||3.54 lbs||2.6 lbs||2.76 lbs||5.27 lbs|
|Operating System||Windows 7;||Windows 10||Windows 10 S||Windows 10|
|RAM Type||SODIMM||DDR3 SDRAM||Unknown||DDR3 SDRAM|
|Wireless Compatibility||802.11bgn||802.11.ac||802.11.b, 802.11.g, 802.11.n||802.11.ac|
The VAIO T Series Ultrabook is expertly designed to contain all the connectivity ports that other Ultrabook laptops may lack without adding extra heft to the ultra-smooth, full flat design. You can have it all and do it all with this thin and light Ultrabook that you can easily take it with you anytime and anywhere.Keyboard Feature: Keys: 82, Type: Standard Notebook Keyboard, Stroke: 1.2mm and Pitch: 19.05mm.
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Performance is as advertised... blazing fast boot & "unsleep"... you won't beleive it if you haven't seen it before;)
At 3.5 lbs, the weight is awesome! Allowed me to take as carry-on on some short flights with small carriers that have weight restrictions on carry-ons due to smaller planes. My old laptop would have put me well over that weight limit.
I find the glossy display quite pleasing... in fact, my hi-res photgraphs look better on this than on all 4 other non-IPS monitors I currently use.
The keyboard is a bit different that what you may be used to but after a few days of use you won't even notice it any more.
Battery life is AMAZING on this thing! Rated at 8 hours but frankly, I was able to get more than that out of it! On a flight across the Atlantic, I had this thing on for 7 hours straight and was still showing abuot 33% battery left. Granted, I had the Wi-Fi turned off and put it in powersave mode, but at that rate, I could have worked for 10 hours without power!
Another big plus on this UB is the 500GB HDD. Yes I know, some UB purests would say that the inclusion of a non-SSD exlcudes this from being a true UB but i have to disagree. The great UB performance is all here, as is the light weight, so if it acts and feels like an UB, it must be an UB;) If I unerstand correctly, Sony has a special 32-GB partition of this 500GB HDD that acts as a small SSD. The system boots and runs essentially tasks off this pseudo-SSD so that's how they deliever this great performance!
For me, having that extra storage space was critical. I mainly use this for my photography business and when in the field on a long trip, my process is to back up my CF cards directly to my laptop's HDD, then make an additional copy to an external HDD. On my recent trip to Europe, I shot over 150GB worth of photos, so this would not have been possible on any of the UB's with only ~128GB SSDs.
I investing in a USB 3.0 card reader and leveraged this UB's 1 USB 3.0 port to pull some amazingly fast data transfer times! My first experience with USB 3.0 so i have nothing to compare to but this thing was blazing so fast I couldnt beleive it!
Only real down-sides I can see with this UB are as follows but both can be easily remedied:
- no Optical Drive: definately a weight saving issue here... but i needed to load office, Photoshop and Lightroom. Easy solution was to buy a good $20 USB external DVD drive. Loaded everything up with ease, don't have to carry it with me when I travel, but can use it any time in the future.
- limited USB ports: just 1 3.0 and 1 2.0 is proabbly 1 port less than average for UBs. Since I almost always have my mouse dongle in the 2.0 port, that typially leaves only the 3.0 port available. Frankly, I have yet to need more than the 2 ports but of course if you do, you can get a dirt cheap USB port expander.
In my mind, neither of these 2 factors detract significantly from the positives with this UB. Would easily recommend this as the UB of choice to everyone i come across!
UPDATE: Ok, so it turns out there is no docking ability. I'd have to get a bluetooth mouse, keyboard, speakers, etc. I guess there's no way around this piece of junk. I can't even use a flashdrive to transfer my files - instead I have to use a network drive or online cloud storage. Absolutely ridiculous.
I got this laptop less than a year an half ago, thinking It's a SONY, famous for quality. And it seemed to be well built. I changed my desktop picture recently from a bright colored bottom to a picture with dark and light color combination, and I realized that the screen is actually vibrating in the middle when I type! It also moved when i just move the laptop slightly.
The frame along the bottom of the screen on the right has also started to separate slightly from the LCD screen itself! It's not somewhere I could have broken myself, so I can only imagine that it is the poor quality of the laptop.
. The fan has been extremely noisy when the laptop warms up/boots up.
. It cannot handle heavily graphical games. It gets really really hot near the CPU and fan.
. The VAIO care program seemed to have crashed itself somehow and cannot be fixed (not that I care about that really but the pop-up screen about the failure keeps showing back up every couple of days. Very annoying.)
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very bad customer service
I am not gonna buy any Sony products in the future.