Sony has decided to update its ultraportable Vaio S-format 13.3-inch Intel platform in Huron River with new processor options, graphics card and resolution.

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Side graphic part as he is currently equipped with a 512 MB Radeon HD6470M dedicated, it can be equipped with a Radeon HD6630M 1GB dedicated. It offers much better performance than the first, positioning themselves between a Mobility Radeon HD5650 and Geforce GT 540M.

Like the Radeon HD6470M, the Radeon HD6630M is also coupled to the Intel GMA 3000 HD integrated processor Sandy Bridge, which increase battery life when the performance of the dedicated graphics card is not considered necessary.

Various storage options are also provided with the new Sony Vaio S, as an SSD of 128 GB or 2 SSD in RAID 0 for a total capacity of 256 GB, 512 GB or 1 TB A Blu-Ray also on the program, in addition to the DVD recorder and player combo Blu-ray/DVD. Another significant element but not least, an option of resolution 1600 900 is announced, still in a format 13.3-inch panel with LED backlight.

Autonomy side, Sony communicates 7:30 am on conventional use, with a 6:30 and 4:30 maximum brightness in DVD playback. With the additional battery, autonomy can climb up to15 hours everyday and 13 hours with brightness at 100%. Sony France in turn communicates over 4 hours in graphic mode and 7 hours in Stamina mode with the standard battery, against respectively 10 hours and 14 hours with the extended battery.