Vaio shows Surface Pro 3-competitor with 3: 2 aspect ratio




The Japanese company Vaio, former Sony branch, has unveiled a prototype tablet with keyboard. The device has a screen with 3: 2 aspect ratio and an Intel quad-core with Iris Pro Graphics.

Vaio showed the prototype at the Adobe MAX conference, Creativity, and the Japanese company seems to focus. graphically professionals It is one of the first new products that the former Sony division has developed itself. The tablet has a similar shape as the Surface Pro 3 and has also just like the Microsoft tablet stylus and a clickable keyboard. The screen has a diagonal of 12.3 inches and a resolution of 2560×1704 pixels with a pixel density of 250ppi. The screen is 95 percent of Adobe RGB color space to display.

The processor is a quad-core from the H-series of Intel Core line, Iris Pro Graphics and GPU. Since the TDP of such a chip on 47W comes out, the question is how it is with the battery life and heat generation in the narrow enclosure. Vaio tablet has two USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, mini display port, and gigabit ethernet. There is also a card reader that supports SDXC UHS-II memory cards. The Windows tablet should according to year may appear in Japan, for an amount equivalent to about 1500 euros.


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