Specs were partially published on Sony’s website yesterday, but now the cat is out of the box. The Sony Vaio TT is a sub-3 lbs ultraportable laptop that packs an impressive list of features, including:
- 2x128GB RAID0 SSD drive (one logical 250GB HDD)
- A Blu-ray + multi-format DVD burner
- 1080p HDMI output
- 11.1″ LED backlit display (1366×768)
- Sprint EVDO
- 4GB of RAM (Windows 32 sees only 3)
It is powered by Intel’s Centrino 2 and that means that it has WiFi-N and that its integrated graphics can decode a Blu-Ray movie without sucking the power of a nuclear plant, as it was the case with the first generation Blu-Ray laptops. We have an image of the official complete specifications in the photo-galley, so take a look to see the small bits.
I wonder how much performance the SSD RAID array will bring to things like boot-time, because depending on the configuration, the price goes from $2000 to $2750). Also, we assume that the battery can survive at least for one full Blu-Ray movie, but we can’t wait to test it.
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