Sony just renewed the Vaio Duo series of laptops with a new product this week, fresh after Acer and ASUS unveiled their very own tablets and hybrids at Computex 2013. The newcomer is called the Vaio Duo 13 and it uses Sony’s Surf Slider design to impress the public.
It can switch from being a slate to a laptop with a sliding keyboard and a trackpad included. Sony claims that the product will arrive at the middle of this month, launching at an unmentioned price tag. The Vaio Duo 13 adopts a Triluminos Display for mobile, that will generate accurate and saturated colors. There’s also the X Reality tech from Sony, that will analyze media content and create missing pixels in order to enhance the experience.
We’re also covered on the audio side with the Sony ClearAudio+ tech, while the specs list includes an 8 megapixel camera with Exmor RS sensor. The camera is accompanied by a CamScanner app, that turns pictures of documents into text documents. The device also adopts an OptiContrast panel for the display and Sony promised an impressive 15 hours of battery life for this unit.