The VAIO brand is well known to many users. At one time, it belonged to Sony and produced exciting devices. In 2014 VAIO became an independent company, focusing mainly on laptops’ production (although they even tried to make smartphones). One of the most successful laptops is the VAIO Z.The latest model belonging to this series was presented in 2017. And now, four years later, meet the new VAIO Z.

The company says it is the world’s first laptop with a 3D molded carbon fiber body. Previously, VAIO could only use flat carbon fiber elements and resort to using plastic or metal parts to connect them. Now we have got a more improved design.

This makes the VAIO Z more resistant to external influences and, at the same time, lightweight – weighing 1.04 kg. The device can survive falls from a height of 127 cm.

VAIO Z: Specifications

The laptop was equipped with a 14-inch 4K display (3840×2160 pixels). The hardware platform is an Intel Core i7-11375H processor with Intel Iris Xe graphics. 16GB or 32GB of RAM and 512GB to 2TB PCIe SSD can be installed.

Two USB-C (Thunderbolt 4 / Power Delivery / DisplayPort 1.4), one HDMI, and a 3.5mm audio jack are available from the connection interfaces. There are Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 modules, IR sensors for the Windows Hello function. The battery capacity should be enough for about 10 hours of battery life.

VAIO Z: Price

VAIO Z is available in black only. The cost of the device starts at $3579.

Sources: Engadget, VAIO

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