Sony Vaio Fit Multi-Flip Hands-On, Details, Photos

Posted on 07 September 2013 by

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The Sony Vaio FIT Multi-Flip is another example of some of the innovation going on in the laptop market right now. It’s the Ultrabook platform that gives designers and engineers the flexibility to build designs like this. Once again, Sony include a digitizer layer and a feature-rich product.

The Vaio Fit Multi-Flip will be available in Europe by the end of the year and the price is unknown at this stage but there’s potential for a great home PC here. The Full HD screen uses Sony Triluminous technology which we’ve already enjoyed on the Sony Vaio Duo 13. The 13” version here is shown with the maximum 8GB of RAM and Core i7 4500U CPU. SSD options will go up to 512GB.

Weight is officially 1.2KG. It felt heavier than that to me though.

The 14” version has similar specifications I n1.8KG but the 15” version, and one that could really replace a desktop PC for even video editing, has the option for a Nvidia GeForce GT735M and 16GB of SSD.

 

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Device manager and system properties show a Toshiba SSD and the Intel Wireless-N 7260 NGFF module. NFC, sensors and WiDi is included.

 

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The Vaio Fit Multi Flip isn’t the thinnest and it doesn’t work as a handheld tablet due to weight and design but as a table tablet it’s great. Here’s a detailed video of the 13-inch Sony Vaio Fit Multi-Flip.

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  • Karl

    Do you know if this will release in USA Fall 2013 as well? Thanks!

  • Jennifer

    I would love to know the same thing. I was about to buy a new asus when I visit home in america next month. But now i’m waiting cause the multiflip has the specs I want. But I don’t want to buy in europe with a 22% tax.

    So for now… being a bad time to buy laptops… i’m holding onto mine for another year and seeing what else comes out.

  • rodrigo

    22% Tax? I would pay happy lol. In Brazil sometimes it gets 110% tax lol

    • Seriously? When you say ‘sometimes’ what does that mean?
      Brazil is a growing economy for Ultrabooks but with 110% tax I wonder how!

      • rodrigo

        If I buy online (Amazon or anywere else): This is how it works, We pay 60% (Over the product price and the shipping price (Tricky math lol)) for Importation Tax, then we pay from 12% to 18%, depending on which state we live. And we pay around 6% of the price to bank for international transactions.

        If we buy in a store here that imports the product, it gets even more expensive…

        Since you talked about the Ultrabook market growing… Yes it’s really growing fast, let me tell you something, the stores here has a lot of payments methods, so this is why people still buy all the expensive products. They usually pay monthly for 12 months…

        we suffer my friend :(

        And sorry about my english…

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