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Compare Lenovo X1 Carbon 14" Core i5 128GB SSD Ultrabook Vs Sony VAIO T Series 14.0" Ultrabook Computer, Intel Dual-Core i7-3517U 1.90GHz, 8GB DDR3 RAM, 500GB HDD + 32GB SSD, Windows 8 Professional 64-bit


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Lenovo X1 Carbon 14" Core i5 128GB SSD Ultrabook
Sony VAIO T Series 14.0" Ultrabook Computer, Intel Dual-Core i7-3517U 1.90GHz, 8GB DDR3 RAM, 500GB HDD + 32GB SSD, Windows 8 Professional 64-bit
$1,499.00
$1,049.99
$1,378.99
$1,009.99
$120.01 (8%)
$40.00 (4%)
Lenovo
Sony
  • Box Contents - Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 3444-B8U, Integrated 4-cell Li-polymer Battery Pack (45WHr), AC Adapter; Pre-installed Software - Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64, 3 Years Limited WarrantyFeatures
  • Thinnest Thinkpad ever
  • Lenovo RapidCharge charges the ThinkPad X1 battery up to 80% in 30 minutes
  • RollCage and Corning Gorilla glass protects the ThinkPad X1 against accidental drops and scratches
  • RapidCharge battery designed to last 3 times longer than a standard notebook battery.
  • The VAIO T Series Ultrabook is expertly designed to contain all the connectivity ports plus a CD/DVD player that other Ultrabook laptops may lack without adding extra heft to the ultra-smooth, full flat design
  • Sony Imagination Studio VAIO Edition includes four powerful Sony applications: Movie Studio Platinum, ACID Music Studio, Sound Forge Audio Studio and DVD Architect Studio software - so you can create music and movies like never before
  • Experience your content like never before with Sony's Media Apps. You get seamless connectivity across all of your Sony devices to your content. Share and play with your content as you choose. Quick and easy access to content stored locally, on DLNA servers, or from PlayMemories Online
  • VAIO PCs seamlessly integrate ports so you don't have to carry a dongle. HDMI, VGA and Gigabit Ethernet ports mean you can connect to your HDTV, Blu-ray Disc player, external monitor and more (cables sold separately)
  • With the USB 3.0 port, transfer heavy files at speeds up to ten times faster than USB 2.0. Don't forget the memory card slot for quick transfer of photos and videos

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