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Exclusive: Sony India to expand Ultrabook range next year

Written by Danish Khan
22 Nov 2012 at November 22, 2012

Sony India Sony India plans to introduce more ultrabooks in the country next year. Shoji Ohama, product manager of Sony said that the company will launch more ultrabooks only after the end of the fourth quarter of 2012.

He said that, Sony India is addressing the ultrabook segment with stronger approach in the country.

While asked if Sony bring the Xperia S tablet in India, Ohama said, “At present, we have no plans to launch the tablet in the country and we are only focusing to tap the ultrabook segment in the country.”

Sony India has un-wrapped its new hybrid Windows 8 OS powered ultrabook—VAIO Duo 11 that transforms full-function Ultrabook PC into a tablet operating for on-the-go computing.

The company now has a hybrid Windows 8 ultrabook, which could also be used as a tablet. However, the company would not come-up with any offering based on Microsoft Windows RT in near future. The company offers three ultrabooks in the country—T11, T13, and T14. Ohama said that, the Windows 8 operating system offers quickness and productivity to the users and our ultrabooks based on the operating system specially caters to the business segment that demands mobility.



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