Sony's newest Vaio Duo isn't much of a slouch in the photography department either, as it should reportedly feature a rear "Exmor RS" 8-megapixel camera and an unknown front camera (likely a lesser-spec Exmor RS Web cam). Other interesting Vaio Duo 13 specs include NFC, GPS, a backlit keyboard, and larger trackpad. The Duo 13 also features two USB 3.0 ports, full-size HDMI, and improved speakers (ClearAudio+), our source says, as well as a combination slot for SD and Memory Stick Duo storage cards.
We're working to confirm whether the Vaio Duo 13 painted protea pattern iphone case sports a Haswell chipset (or other details) and will update this post accordingly, Check out more of the Vaio Duo 13 in the following video supposedly leaked from U.K, electronics retailer Currys (formerly known as Dixons), A source familiar with Sony's sexy upcoming 13-inch slider laptop, supposedly called the Vaio Duo 13, confirms its existence to CNET, Sony is prepping a new 13-inch slider laptop, similar to the Vaio Duo 11, for a Computex reveal, a source tells CNET..
The source familiar with the upcoming device -- supposedly called the Vaio Duo 13 -- confirmed to CNET the authenticity of the video, pictures, and specifications originally revealed Thursday by Notebook Review. Barring any last-minute changes, the source indicated that the Japanese company plans to announce the Windows 8 device during its annual press conference in early June at the Computex expo in Taiwan. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
T-Mobile and Microsoft will sell the budget Windows 8 phone for $150; or grab it at Walmart for $20 less, If you're itching to snap up a budget Nokia Lumia 521, head over to Walmart on May 11 and buy it for $130, its full retail price, If you aren't in a rush, the Windows Phone 8 handset also goes on painted protea pattern iphone case sale May 22 at T-Mobile stores, Microsoft retail stores, and T-Mobile's Web site for $150, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..
Unlike T-Mobile's service, Aio Wireless doesn't require a credit check, and prices are all-inclusive, without any additional taxes on top. Importantly, Aio does not support 4G LTE, though it will give phones 4G zing in the form of HSPA+. The three monthly rate options range from $35 to $70 and are contingent on the 4G data plan, including an option for unlimited talk, text, and data. Aio Wireless launches first in Houston; Tampa, Fla.; and Orlando, Fla., and Aio phones, tablets, and accessories are available online or through distributors, though you won't find Aio-branded products in AT&T stores.