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VAIO is back in the US market on Monday

Since it was sold by Sony last year, VAIO kept a low profile but they introduced their upcoming PCs in early February of 2015. Jumping to today, they are back in the market with their high-end offering.


The VAIO Z Canvas is a Windows 10 machine with a detachable keyboard dock. Unlike most convertibles, Z Canvas’ is physically disconnected from its dock when in use. It also has a digitizer stylus for sketching and writing on its 12.3-inch IPS WQXGA+ LCD (2560 x 1704 pixels). Its display is claimed to have 95% coverage of the Adobe RGB spectrum, making it ideal for professionals.


VAIO Z Canvas specifications:
12.3-inch LCD WQXGA+ 2560 x 1704 IPS display
Intel Core i7 Haswell processor
Intel Iris Pro Graphics 5200
Up to 1TB 2nd generation PCIe SSD w/ PCIe Gen.3 compatibility
Up to 16GB of RAM
Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
USB 3.0
SD memory card reader
Mini DisplayPort
HDMI output
LAN (RJ45) port
Digitizer stylus included

Pricing starts at $2,199 and is up for pre-order. Shipping starts on October 5. For more information about the VAIO Z Canvas, head over to its official webpage here.

This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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1 Response

  1. Syntax says:

    Even though they’re not Sony’s anymore they still kept the Sony’s pricing scheme. Expensive. I’d rather buy the upcoming Dell XPS 13.

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