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Nov 7, 2013
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Ladies and gents, here's the all-new 2013 Sony VAIO Fit, a pretty notebook with innards powerful enough to handle your PC chores. It also does one thing 99 percent of other laptops can't: Transform into a tablet-like device.

Check it out in its various forms below:

2013 sony vaio fit philippines

So how can the 2013 VAIO Fit magically transform into a tablet? For one, the darned thing can flip its display to a full 360 degrees! Now that's the kind of flexibility we're willing to glue our eyes to!2013 sony vaio fit philippinesWith this unique feature, you can use the VAIO Fit in three modes: as a notebook for everyday computing; as a tablet if you're, say, pounding keys in the MRT; or as an entertainment device that functions like a portable touchscreen TV.

Speaking of entertainment, the 2013 VAIO Fit comes with more than enough speed and power to handle your multimedia needs. We're talking about having the latest Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, up to 8GB of RAM, and as much as one whopping terabyte of storage.

2013 sony vaio fit philippines

The 2013 VAIO Fit comes in two sizes: 13.3 inches and 15.5 inches. The latter has an NVIDIA GeForce GT 735M video card letting it handle mainstream games with ease. The 13.3-incher, meanwhile, has a built-in 8-megapixel camera, which we imagine will be used for video calls.

Still, whatever size you choose, you'll be coming home with a device with a Full-HD touchscreen. It also has Sony's Triluminos tech, which enables it to reproduce more colors for a more realistic viewing experience.

Sounds hella awesome, right? If you're willing to go with a more kakaiba device, the 2013 VAIO Fit will sell for P69,999 (13.3 inches with Core i5 CPU) and P79,999 (15.5 inches with Core i7 CPU). Not exactly a nice fit for a tight budget, so might as well look away if you're going broke.

But then again, we're talking about a premium, two-in-one device here so, yeah, the price is perhaps sakto lang. Give it a go, why don't you?

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