Sony Announces World’s Smallest Ultrabook

Author Jason Millis (Jas-n)

Posted1st April 2012

Early this morning Sony announced (on a Sunday, I know, right) the world’s smallest ultrabook, which they’ll be calling the Q series.

The ultrabook features the i9 processor which is exclusive to the Q series, combines with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of Solid State Storage, there’s no doubt that the Q series will be able to do anything and everything you need.

In terms of graphics, the Q series packs in a AMD’s Radeon HD 6650M graphics, outputting to a Full 3D HD, LED Backlit display, meaning all your games and movies will look truly amazing.

Sony also announced 2 accessories that will be available separately in Q4 of this year, the Live View (familiar to Sony Mobile/Ericsson users) as well as a docking station to help you connect almost anything to your powerhouse.

Here’s the accompanying video to whet your appetite, let us know what you think.


One comment

Jas-n on 27/05/2017 at 10:51
I like being a kill-joy, so I'll just say this... the i9 was actually a thing, but Intel decided to merge it into the i7 series,w and thus the i7 Extreme series was born.

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