We heard earlier this month that the Sony Vaio UX was heading to the United States equipped with 32 gigs of Flash-based memory. Now the people of the UK have the same reason to celebrate, because the Sony ultramobile PC is making its way across the Atlantic as the Vaio UX1.
Like its America-bound counterpart, the Vaio UX1 comes loaded with the same 32GB of Flash-memory, the same 4.5-inch touchscreen display, and yes, even that sliding QWERTY keyboard so that text entry isn’t a complete headache. There’s 1GB of RAM to accompany the Intel Ultra-Low Voltage (ULV) processor, as well as integrated WiFi, dual cameras, a trio of USB ports, AV-out, VGA, iLINK, and ability to work in both portrait and landscape orientations.
No word on price, but Brits can expect to pay about the same as Americans with an estimated street price of US$2,500 or about GBP 1300.