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Sony Vaio Pro 13

The Pro 13 is Sony's newest ultraportable using Intel's fourth-generation Core i-series processors. Read full review
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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. Read full review
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Left side

On the left are just a fan exhaust and power input. Read full review
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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. Read full review
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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. Read full review
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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. Read full review
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Lightweight

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