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Sony VAIO T13: A Middle-of-the-Road Ultrabook

At a Glance

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  • Sony VAIO T13
    3.5/5
    $799.00
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    The Sony VAIO T13 delivers most of what you expect from an Ultrabook with some popular consumer features at a surprisingly affordable price.

At a Glance

The Sony VAIO T13 delivers most of what you expect from an Ultrabook with some popular consumer features at a surprisingly affordable price.

Price when rated: 799
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Pros

  • Moderately priced, lightweight
  • Good audio, fast startup, lots of storage

Cons

  • Hybrid drive slows down some tasks
  • Keyboard isn't great
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