CES 2014: Sony Brings VAIO Fit 11A PC Flip PC And A5000, World's Lightest Mirrorless Wi-Fi Camera


This year Sony announced not only high-end phones, but also brings a new VAIO Flip 11 2-in-1 hybrid notebook at the CES 2014. Chipmaker Intel is already betting high, when it comes to the future of hybrid devices.

Sony has come with a unique shaped PC, the VAIO Fit 11A PC, at the ongoing tech fair. In late last year, Sony added new laptop models in its VAIO Fit lineup, notably with 13-inch and 15-inch screens.

 Sony VAIO Fit 11A PC Flip PC & A5000 Mirrorless Wi-Fi Camera Launched


Now the Xperia Z1 maker announced an 11-inch model with price starting at $799 or Rs. 48,000 depending upon the configuration. The new ultraportable weighs 2.8 pounds, and at the same time Sony has used Triluminos technology to make picture quality real.

Talking about the product, you can tilt the display in various modes. Users can also tilt the display in a form of slate or tablet. The tablet will hit select markets in February.

Meanwhile, Sony also announced the world's smallest and lightest mirrorless Wi-Fi camera. The Sony A5000 camera incorporates a 20.1MP Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor powered by a BIONZ X image processor. It also has a 180-degree tiltable LCD screen.

 Sony VAIO Fit 11A PC Flip PC & A5000 Mirrorless Wi-Fi Camera Launched

One of the advantages to own Sony A5000 is the fact that the camera does come with NFC and Wi-Fi at the same time, which allows you to interact with other Sony products without thinking twice. The new camera will be made in March for $600 or Rs. 36,000 for the 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS retractable zoom lens kit.


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