The smallest ultrabuk

The smallest ultrabuk

The smallest ultrabuk


What do you think should be ultrabuk? Naturally strong and lightweight. But how much weight you’re satisfied? The survey revealed that most average users responded that they suit the weight of 1-1.5 kg. Japanese company Sony does not think so. And that is why he recently made a huge splash, presented his ultrabuk Sony Vaio Q. The new device is so small that it could be the story for a bunch of keys as a keychain or simply put in your pocket. Dimensions Sony Vaio Q does not exceed the dimensions of the pocket lighters! The new Sony Vaio Q ultrabuk in size, slightly more than 25 U.S. cent coin. The screen has a size of 1.25 ultrabuke x0, 75 at a resolution of 1920×1080 and supports 3D. Also, Sony Vaio Q has a LED backlight and the pixel density on the order of magnitude higher than Apple devices. Due to the fact that the new device is really small screen, the developers have released an extra gadget LiveView – the monocle to work with the Sony Vaio Q. Future technology The smallest ultrabuk Sony-Vaio-Q

Amazingly, the Sony Vaio Q has a powerful Intel Core i9 processor cores and ten frequency 3.66 GHz, RAM 8 GB in size and hard drive to 256 GB. Also ultrabuk Sony Vaio Q has a graphics AMD Radeon HD 6650M with 1 GB memory. From wireless modules has a new Wi-Fi and it’s good. For battery life ultrabuka Sony Vaio Q uses a slightly outdated model of the battery CR 2035. The time of the device in standalone mode is not yet known. And how do you like? It is useful in the future? The unit is designed not for the "poor". Future technology The smallest ultrabuk Sony-Vaio-Q Future technology The smallest ultrabuk Sony-Vaio-Q

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One Comment
  • britney

    April 25th, 2012 at 4:29 pm

    this is so cool

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