The Vaio Fit line notebooks are VAIO Fit 14, VAIO Fit 15, VAIO Fit E 14, VAIO Fit E 15. The Vaio Fit 14 comes with an aluminum body, a touch screen, and provides a resolution of 1,600 x 900 pixels. The notebook also packs NFC chip for device communication. Its price is $649. The Vaio Fit 15 also comes with the same features mentioned above. The display providing resolution of a full 1080p costs $699.
On the other hand, the Fit E line notebooks (both 14-inch and 15-inch models) come with Intel’s Core processors, discrete Nvidia graphics, hybrid hard drives, and a roomy keyboard and trackpad. The notebooks will provide a resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixel and they will be available in black, silver, and pink color. The price of 14-inch model is $547, while the 15-inch model costs $579.
Apart from these, Sony will also update its exiting Vaio L series, Tap 20, and T15 notebooks.
The VAIO Fit 14, VAIO Fit 15, VAIO Fit E 14 and VAIO Fit E 15 will all be available mid-May. The upgraded Vaio L series, Tap 20, and T15 will also be available in mid-May.