Sony Vaio Pro 13 Price In India Starts From Rs.70112 The best price of Sony Vaio Pro 13 is Rs.70112 on Flipkart.
|Flipkart||Sony VAIO Pro 13 P1321WSN/B Ultrabook (4th Gen Ci5/ 4GB/ 128GB SSD/ Win8/ Touch)||₹ 70,112|
If anyone looking for light weight laptop...example: Having back problem (finding difficult in carrying laptop), Travelling . I would suggest go for it. Its lighter than apple air for the same configuration. Pros: 1. X-Reality and Triluminos display---Color intensity is good 2.FUll HD 1920x1080 3.Windows 8 4.Keyboard Backlite --Good to work at night time without switching light or if some1 in ur room sleeping and u don't want to switch on the light. 5.Comes with Sony apps. sony music player --very good audio clarity 6. Windows booting happens in few seconds. bcoz of SSD 7.Charger is also very small and less weight. 8. Body is made of carbon Fiber. 9. Its worth for the money, that's what i feel. 10. Nice look. 11. Came with HDMI to VGA cable converter. 12.Battery backup is good. charging back also good. Cons: 1.Faced wifi issue when connecting to my PG Hostel WiFi was not connecting ( connecting and disconnecting i guess i don't remember exactly...but not everytime )...but worked fine with my Home WIFI internet well. 2.Seems Sony has stoped Manufacturing Laptops. 3.Since its SSD only 128GB memory space. 4.No CD/ DVD drive, ethernet slot. since its a sleek laptop
A good notebook at this price especially with FHD display although the plastic used is a little inferior but a good buy
The Sony Vaio Pro is the among the first laptops to conform to the latest (June 2013) specification of Intel Ultrabook. It runs the 4th-gen Intel Core-i processors, which give it an amazing 6.5 hours of battery life (with about 70% screen brightness and light processing). The best thing about this machine is that it weighs only 1.06 kilos, but the carbon fiber construction feels very sturdy, even though it flexes a bit. One BIG bummer is that, in India, Sony does not allow customization of this laptop, like it does in the US and some other markets. The RAM and SSD are soldered on to the motherboard, so it's impossible to upgrade. Otherwise I would have liked to get 8 GB of RAM, which is becoming the minimum even for light weight usage these days. Another thing to note is that the trackpad, which is multi-touch, is nowhere as responsive as the ones on Macbooks (I've read that this is a software issue which Microsoft will fix in Windows 8.1). For anybody who's looking to run linux on this PC, note that there are some driver issues right now (the wi-fi and NFC don't work without some tweaking), but I expect that the community will fix these very soon. Overall, its a very good PC for people who want a light machine, with excellent battery life for everyday usage.