Sony adds a smaller sibling on its Flip PC convertible line-up, the VAIO Fit 11A, which takes an 11-inch screen, sporting Sony’s stunning display with TV Triluminous technology.
Sony VAIO Fit 11A is powered by an Intel Pentium Bay Trail quad-core processor, which can be configured to even up to a Core i7 CPU. It runs on Windows 8.1 and comes pre-installed with Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 with support for the VAIO Active Pen.
The advantage of Sony’s flipping screen design is that the display ends up in a tablet mode with its back facing flat against the keys of the keyboard. This leaves those keys away from your fingers from accidentally striking any of it while holding it in its tablet form. And adding the pressure-sensitive digitizer makes it even more handy on taking notes or even on sketching.
VAIO Fit 11A has dual cameras with an 8MP rear camera powered with Sony’s Exmor imaging technology. It also features Sony’s ClearAudio+ technology on keeping those digital sound superb in its class.
In addition, it’ll have an SSD on board and weighs only 2.82 pounds. Not to mention, it’ll have a backlit keyboard, which makes it travel friendly even in a low light environment. Sony VAIO Fit 11A will be out on sale by the end of February with a considerable starting price of $799.