Vaio Z: notebook has 3D modeled body with carbon fiber

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The Vaio brand announced a new high-performance notebook: the Vaio Z, which recovers the name of a traditional line from the manufacturer.

The new Vaio Z features a body made of carbon fiber fully molded in 3D, which means that each layer of fibers is precisely positioned on the device, bringing more durability and functionality – maintaining the elegance of the material and without adding much to weight.

The notebook keyboard has a backlight for use in dark environments, as well as a new design that produces less noise and eliminates stress by repetitive strain on the wrists. In addition, a lever-operated part keeps the attached webcam closed to increase user privacy.

The Vaio Z hinge is also unique and allows for very flexible movement between the device’s halves.

 

The processor is an 11th Generation Intel Core model i7-11375H and the device has a 14 “4K LCD display. The battery is expected to last up to 16 hours under specific conditions of use. Memory options start at 16 GB or 32 GB of RAM, plus an SSD that can be 512 GB, 1 TB or 2 TB.

Availability

The Vaio Z will initially be sold in the United States and Japan. In the USA, the model that hits the market is the Signature Edition, which costs from US $ 3,579 (approximately R $ 19,360) and can reach up to US $ 4,179 ( approximately R $ 22,610), depending on the configuration chosen. There is no expectation of launching the medelo here, but in Brazil, Vaio notebooks are manufactured by Positivo.

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