New Sony Vaio Pro 11 Weighs Under 1KG

Posted on 04 June 2013, Last updated on 04 June 2013 by

Sony Vaio 11 Pro 2

4th-Gen Intel Core increases efficiency which reduces the need for large heatsinks, fans and even large battery modules. The new SoC available for Ultrabooks also reduces mainboard size so what you end up with is the possibility to make something like this. The Sony Vaio Pro 11 weighs under 1KG and looks amazingly think for a touchscreen Ultrabook. Details and video below.

The only information we have is from a German video by Techhive but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with the translation of details given in the video.

  • 11-inch Full-HD Touchscreen
  • 4th-Gen Intel Core (Haswell)
  • HDMI, USB3.0 (X2), Headset port, SD card slot
  • NFC
  • Extended Slate battery connector

One can only speculated on battery life right now. Assuming a small 30Wh battery, you could be looking at 5hrs of working life given the Haswell advantages known to date.

The German-language video is below. English-language video now below.

5 Comments For This Post

  1. ascariss says:

    Hello Chippy, there is an english version.

  2. admin says:

    Thanks. Removing your embed in the comments and placing in the article. Chippy

  3. admin says:

    I’m fairly certain I can see keyboard backlighting in the video. Chippy.

  4. tesaguy says:

    It is backlit.
    Look a that image on top
    http://techhive.de/sony-vaio-pro-11-ist-das-leichteste-11-zoll-ultrabook-der-welt-0446477/

  5. tesaguy says:

    I would buy it, if it was sub 1000€

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