A noticeable change can be seen in Sony’s portfolio of VAIO branded laptops/ultrabooks – the introduction of a new VAIO Fit Series. This family of mobile computing solutions aims at simplifying the naming convention Sony has traditionally used in the fast. I’m not exactly sure how it’ll accomplish this, since there’ still a good number of different series and models to go with, but this is what Sony claims it wants to do with the VAIO Fit Series. To get an idea of what machines will be found in this grouping, think of something that combines feature sets in both the VAIO E Series and the VAIO T Series. These two product lines will eventually be phased out.

Given that the Fit series is the spiritual successor to the entry-level VAIO E series and the mid-range T line, it’d be reasonable to suppose it ranks somewhere in between, with a design that’s a loose mash-up of the two. In fact, though, it actually consists of two very different notebooks: the Fit E, which replaces the E laptops (natch), and the Fit, whose premium stylings make it most similar to the existing T series.

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