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July 03, 2013

Sony Vaio Pro 11 lands for Php109,000

Announced back in June, the Sony Vaio Pro 11 has debuted in the Philippines with a retail price just a little under Php110,000 (with the bumped up configuration).

The VAIO Pro 11 is designed with a uni-direction carbon fibre body, an 11.6-inch full HD touch screen display coupled with Trilominos and X-Reality technologies developed by Sony. This is also among the first ultrabooks that come with built-in NFC.

sony vaio pro

Sony VAIO Pro 11 specs:
11.6-inch full HD Triluminous touchscreen IPS LCD display @ 1920×1080 pixels
Intel Core i7-4500U 1.8GHz
Intel Turbo Boost 3.0GHz
Intel HD Graphics 4400
4GB DDR3 1600MHz SDRAM
256GB SSD internal storage
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n
Bluetooth 4.0 + H
NFC
1 x USB 3.0
1 x USB 3.0 with USB charge
HDMI out
SD memory card reader
0.92MP 720p front-facing camera with ‘Exmor R for PC’
TCG ver1.2 Security chip
HDMI to VGA adapter
AC powered Ethernet to WiFi Router
Stereo speakers with ClearAudio+ mode
Windows 8 or Windows 8 Pro
285 mm x 197 mm x 17.2 mm (dimensions)
0.87kg or 1.92lbs (weight)

The display uses an ambient light sensor to auto-correct brightness depending on environmental conditions. The keyboard is also backlit. Since it uses a carbon fiber body, it’s very light at just 1.92lbs (lighter than the Macbook Air which is 2.38lbs).

The standard battery has a rated battery life of up to 7 hours but with the extended battery, this can reach up to 14.5 hours altogether. Quoted price is from Villman.

Sony outs VAIO Pro 11 and VAIO Pro 13 ultrabooks

22 Responses to “Sony Vaio Pro 11 lands for Php109,000”

  1. Rabitto29
    Twitter: iammicael
    says:

    too pricey :/ it’s almost double of the price when customized with the same specs from Sony US ($1519.99)

  2. R says:

    What? No decent videocard?

  3. Mr A
    Twitter: solidad
    says:

    High-resolution screens are a waste if it’s less than 13 inch. Yeah the pictures look crisp and sharp, but without the benefits of having a realstate to work upon.

    Even if I look at it as a light-use computer, it’s specs are an overkill for your email reading and web surfing (which tablets can already do). Too small for spreadsheets and writing applications. And gaming is out of the question.

  4. sdfdf says:

    Sige, shabu pa, Villman!

  5. toyo says:

    Wow presyong pang masa hehehe

  6. Yusuf says:

    Are they having a laugh? With that price, you can get a Retina MacBook Pro. You’ll get OS X + Windows, a higher resolution display and double the memory.

  7. Raul says:

    And at that, confused na confused si villman sa pricing nila… kasi pareho pricing ng 11 inch sa 13 inch na model…

    http://www.villman.com/Category-Brand/Notebook-PCs/Sony

    As of now (July 3, 2pm) pareho silang 109k… siguro dapat may mag verify…

  8. Rodel Guerrero
    Twitter: im_kaiserodz
    says:

    Physically, it looks the same with my Sony Vaio T, but internally, it’s way better.

  9. Eric says:

    Is this a joke??? I wouldn’t swap this over my samsung series 5 NP550P5C. My laptop would leave this thing in the dust and its half the price. Sony can’t be serious about the price !

    • Andro says:

      It’s a SONY-a premium brand just like APPLE, what would you expect? Same pricing with cheap SAMSUNG?

    • Name: says:

      Sony and Apple is more like an over rated brand,dont get me wrong i dont mind both brands but when it comes to pricing versus specs I think you know what Im talking about. Peace

    • Poy says:

      You do realize this has PCIe SSD which mean faster read and write speeds, right? Although the price is really atrocious. But performance wise? I would not really say your samsung can leave this thing to dust. :)

  10. John says:

    LEEWL, Razer Blade’s better, the intel GPU blew it off with this one.

  11. puhgeh says:

    wahahaha! Bili na lang ako ng alienware or macbook pro retina sa ganyang presyo. =))

  12. dan_MD says:

    Grabe, this is overpriced Villman. I wonder how Sony will price it officially. For that price, you can already get a Mac book pro w/ discrete graphics, or a Razer or MSI gaming laptop with a cheaper price.

  13. ronalyn says:

    i like this and ilove this page:)

  14. FormerAlienware says:

    I formerly owned an Alienware M11X that cost 79K at Villman.
    I got the same exact thing with the same exact specs and the same warranty for 45K at Gilmore…

    As they say, Shabu pa Villman.

  15. jayron says:

    I wouldn’t touch a Sony with a 10 foot pole. They’re an overpriced former juggernaut now sitting in the sidelines.

  16. jego207 says:

    Im reading a lot of strong reactions here and I agree. There are better models that gives you plenty of bang for the buck.

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