Sony recently launched another addition to its line of premium VAIO products – the VAIO Fit 13A/15A. An all new form factor to the design of VAIO notebooks, the VAIO Fit 13A/15A features a multi-flip hinge that provide a variety of new ways to use mobile PCs while still enjoying the full functionality of a traditional clamshell laptop. It aims to suit the computing needs of everyone and is available in 13-inch, and 15-inch sizes. Both units were first showcased at the Sony Center by Avid at the Glorietta Mall in Makati.
Sony has brought a slider PC with the VAIO Duo 13, the detachable tablet PC VAIO Tap 11, and VAIO Pro 13 which is the thinnest and lightest VAIO Ultrabook in the market. And now, Sony takes pride in introducing the all new VAIO Fit Multi-flip PC.
The highlight of the VAIO Fit multi-flip PC’s design is its revolutionary new multi-flip hinge, which makes it capable of flipping and converting between laptop, tablet and viewer modes by flipping the display over the hinge. In tablet mode, it is best utilised for browsing the web, taking pictures, and writing with the digitizer stylus. In viewer mode, the display can be flipped over so that you can share the experience of watching a video or movie with another viewer. This makes the VAIO Fit multi-flip PC adaptable for any use, be it for professionals, students, designers or the everyday PC user.
Structured in a stylish, functional design; its thin chassis is constructed with an aluminium hairline finish. The notebook comes with a full pitch keyboard, touch pad and palm rest to give users a comfortable typing experience, as well as a backlit keyboard which allows for work in low-light conditions.
Incorporating the best of Sony’s digital imaging expertise, the Exmor RS for PC imaging sensor found on the VAIO Fit 13A makes it possible to take high-resolution images of documents. Images are clear enough for the computer to recognise and tag texts in the photos, which works harmoniously with the CamScanner app. The back-illuminated CMOS sensor also ensures that there is reduced noise in low-light situations.