Sony Vaio Pro 13

The Pro 13 is Sony's newest ultraportable using Intel's fourth-generation Core i-series processors.
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Ports

All the ports are on the right side: two USB 3.0, HDMI, headphone/mic jack, and an SD card slot.
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Left side

On the left are just a fan exhaust and power input.
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1080p touch screen

The 13.3-inch LCD has a native resolution of 1,920x1,080 pixels and uses IPS (in-plane switching) technology for better viewing angles off to the sides, top, and bottom. It also uses some of Sony's newest mobile display technologies for better colors and video clarity.
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A little lift

When you lift the screen, the back edge of it lifts the rear of the laptop, angling the keyboard down for more-comfortable typing.
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Carbon fiber

To make the Pro more durable and still lightweight, Sony used carbon fiber. It looks good, but traps fingerprints easily.
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Lightweight

It weighs 2.34 pounds and gets about 6.5 hours of battery life.
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