Sony has recently announced its newest series for the VAIO line of products, the VAIO Fit.
Four models will be coming out of the gate for the VAIO Fit line – the VAIO Fit 14 and 15, and the VAIO Fit 14E and 15E. These laptops are aimed at consumers who are looking for a Windows 8 machine with an Ultrabook feel minus the ultra-high price tag. All models have thin and light aluminum bodies while the Fit 14 and 15 features Sony’s signature sparkling diamond cut VAIO logo.
The Fit 14 and 14E are equipped with 14-inch HD+ (1600 x 900) displays, while the Fit 15 and 15E have 15.6-inch full HD screens (1920 x 1080). All models sport Intel’s 3rd generation processors, backlit keyboards, NFC, Sony’s ClearAudio+ technology, and Exmor R CMOS web camera. The only difference is that the VAIO Fit 14E and 15E models include big box speakers while the Fit 15E model features a subwoofer.
Buyers can also opt to add extra features like capacitive touchscreen displays, NVIDIA Graphics with up to 2GB of VRAM, and choose between a Hybrid Hard Drive and a Solid State Drive for an added fee on top of its SRP.
The Fit 14 and 15 models are available beginning mid-May in Steel Black, Steel Pink and Steel Silver for about $649 and $699. The Fit 14E and Fit 15E models are available in Black, Pink and White for about $549 and $579.