Notable competitors and valuable devices, Apple’s 13-inch Macbook Air and Sony’s Vaio Pro 13 are both worth a comparison. Let’s consider the specifications and features of both the laptops to see which one outdoes the other.
Weighing 2.34 pounds, the Sony Vaio Pro sports a 13.3-inch touchscreen. Lightweight and stylish, the device sits at less than an inch of thickness, half an inch at one end and 0.68-inch on the other. This machine is made of carbon fiber, which makes it sturdy and lightweight.
Sporting Sony’s Full HD Triluminos Display with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,090 pixels, the Vaio Pro comes in carbon black and silver color choices. Running fourth-generation Intel Core i5-4200U processor, the device holds a PCIe SSD drive. It can be grabbed at a starting price of $1149.99.
Considering the other in line, Apple MacBook Air also holds a 13.3-inch LED-backlit glossy widescreen. However, the MacBook Air is not a touchscreen device, which does give the Vaio Pro an edge here. Weighing 2.96 pounds, the device sits at a thickness of 0.68-inch on being closed.
The unibody construction offers it durability. With Intel HD Graphics 5000, the MacBook Air sports a resolution of 1,440 x 900 pixels. Running 1.3GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, the device holds 3MB shared L3 cache and 4GB of 1600MHz DDRL3L SDRM along with 128GB of PCI Express Flash storage that’s available on its smaller storage model.
Starting at $1099, the MacBook Air also makes a great choice of laptop.