Vaio is known for making laptops that offer a great deal of power with light weight, and it can be Device The Vaio Z – which starts at $ 3,580 and goes up to $ 4,180 – is the company’s most ambitious product to date.
Fans of the VAIO notebook might remember the flagship Z-Series, which was known for its impressive portability, until it quietly vanished in 2017.
The device contains up to a quad-core Intel Core i7-11357H, and with a starting weight of 957 grams, it is lighter. laptop It absolutely has an Intel H-series processor.
The main reason for the Vaio Z’s so light weight appears to be that it is the first laptop ever made with a fully 3D cast carbon fiber body.
Carbon fibers are found in some of the best lightweight laptops on the market, including the Dell XPS line, which is a durable and lightweight material.
But these laptops use carbon fiber panels that are fastened together with metal or plastic parts, while Vaio has added the material to the edges of the Vaio Z case, so you find carbon fiber everywhere.
Previously, VAIOs only used flat carbon fiber panels, so they had to rely on metal or plastic parts to hold them together.
Using this new production technology jointly developed with carbon fiber specialist, Toray, the result is a stronger hull that can appear to withstand a drop from a height of 127 cm (just above the MIL-STD-810H requirement) while maintaining weight.
The company says: The device has passed 26 surface drop tests, and provides up to 13 and a half hours of battery life.
As for other specs, you get up to 2TB of PCIe SSD storage, up to 32GB of RAM, integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics, and a 14-inch 4K anti-glare screen.
There’s a headphone port, a security lock slot, a backlit keyboard, a 2-megapixel webcam with a physical shutter, a full-size HDMI port, and a USB-C Thunderbolt 4 port on each side, and you can fold the screen down to 180 degrees.