Sony launches in France a new 13.3-inchultraportable format as Intel platform Huron River, which enjoys adedicated graphics card Radeon HD6630M, a 3G module, a Core i7 SandyBridge, a 128 GB SSD, of USB 3.0 and a significant amount of RAM.
The screen brightness is adjustedautomatically according to ambient light and the SSD is protectedagainst shocks.A switch button to toggle between the graphical partsis also present.
With its configuration for a relativelytough 13.3 inches, the Sony Vaio SB1A9 is for those who seek acompact, easily transportable and autonomous at the same time capableof delivering strong overall performance required.
Built around an Intel HM65, indeed it guaranteed great benefits incurrent use and multitasking thanks to its Intel Core i7-2620m and alarge amount of RAM, 8 GB, which will prove particularly useful inthe work-intensive RAM as 3D rendering or video editing forexample.The DSS board also helps to enhance overall systemresponsiveness while consuming less energy and providing quieteroperation than a mechanical hard drive.While some may find itscapacity of 128 GB a fair bit, it is nevertheless correct in thecontext ofmobile and desktop use.
The graphics has not been neglected bySony with this model, or more precisely the parts graphics.For theVaio SB1A9 operates both the Intel GMA 3000 HD integrated into SandyBridge processor and Radeon HD6630M.The user may use one or the otheras needed by pressing the dedicated button, favoring the first whenhe wants to enjoy the greatest possible autonomy and the second formore power.