Finally escaping its plate glass prison at CES, Sony’s unveiled its first Ultrabook, the VAIO T13 and T11. It’s set for release next month and currently packing a Sandy Bridge Intel Core i3-2367M processor (no third-generation processor just yet), within a 323mm-thick frame that weighs in at around 1.6kg for the 13-inch version. Storage is a hybrid of a 320GB HDD and 32GB SSD, which promise to juggle fast start-up times with capacity, while a HD web cam beams out from above the 13.3-inch (1366 x 768) display; no word on the res of the 11-incher. There’s 4GB of DDR3 memory with Intel’s own HD Graphics 3000 on the side and Sony reckons you’ll be able eke out up to nine hours from its SSD model. Other connectivity options include Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI output, and USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports. Interested? Then hit up the full gallery of Sony’s new Ultrabook below, with a press release thrown in after the break for good measure.
Gallery: Sony VAIO T13 ultrabook
Update: Sony’s PR team has clarified that the laptops announced today are intended for the European market in particular. That means you’ll have to stay tuned for pricing and availability details specific to the US and other regions.