VAIO unveils a rugged laptop with some serious power under the hood
VAIO has unveiled the world’s first 3D molded carbon fiber laptop, the VAIO Z, aimed at mixing powerful specs in a rugged yet sleek package.
Created to compete with Apple’s MacBook Pro M1, the VAIO Z comes packing the latest Intel Tiger Lake processors and bountiful storage. But be prepared to pay a fair bit for this carbon fiber-swaddled machine.
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