Japanese manufacturer Sony, has on May 2, 2012 unveiled its first Ultrabooks , the Sony VAIO T11 and the T13. The new Ultrabooks come with a choice of 11.6 or 13.3 displays along with slick magnesium, aluminium chassis and optional SSD storage.

The company claims to that the new Ultrabooks will deliver none hour battery life from the SSD models and the new T11 and T13 will have HDMI and Ethernet ports, full sized VGA, memory card readers with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports. The new Ultrabooks will also have Bluetooth 4.0+HS, Wi Fi b/g/n, but the company has not yet made it clear if it will be offering WWAN option with integrated 3G/ 4G. It will also boast Intel’s 2nd Gen Sandy Bridge range while giving up the earlier Core i3-2367M with Intel HD 3000 graphics.

The processor is paired with 4GB RAM with either HDD, HDD/SSD hybrid or full SSD storage. It is expected the power efficient SSD models to run up to nine hours but the runtime of HDD and hybrid models has not been revealed. Sony has also claimed that the new Ultrabooks can sit in sleep mode for up to ninety days without running out of charge.