The VAIO corporation announced its new laptop which uses carbon fiber three-dimensionally. Dubbed as the VAIO Z (2021), the machine for the first time uses carbon fiber on the entire body of the PC offering a lightweight body of 958g. The laptop can survive a 4.1ft drop which is beyond the theMIL-STD-810H requirement.
Speaking about the specification, the device comes with an up to 11th Generation Intel Core i7 H35 Series processor and has a 14-inch 4K HDR LCD screen display, with 99.8% of DCI-P3 color gamut and also comes in 1080p option. It has 8GB of RAM and can be upgraded to 32GB and starts from 256GB PCIe Gen.4 SSD which configurable up to 2TB SSD.
The device comes with an HDMI output and has only one USB-C (Thunderbolt 4). It has a fingerprint sensor integrated into the power button for Windows Hello unlock feature support.
The stereo speakers are optimized with Dolby Audio and it is stated that the 1080p screen will offer up to 34 hours of battery life, and the 4K HDR version will offer up to 17 hours of battery life, thanks to a 53Wh battery that supports 65W PD fast charge.
The i5-11300H, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD version starts at 272,580 yen (US$ 2574 / Rs. 1,87,263 approx.) for FHD screen, the VAIO Z SIGNATURE EDITION with FHD screen, i7-11375H, 16GB RAM and 256GB SSD version starts at 366,080 yen (US$ 3457 / Rs. 2,51,480 approx.).