Sony has added a couple new VAIO systems to its VAIO T Series product lineup. While the talk has all been about the new larger screen sizes, one that is 14-inches and the other 15-inches, it is worth noting that these systems also feature a hybrid storage configuration. Having this setup gives users both a taste of fast and responsive data access and ample storage space without having to compromise on price.

The laptops are targeted at students and professionals, Sony said in a statement. A unique feature of the laptops is the ability to combine hard drives with low-capacity 24GB solid-state drives, which can be used to store operating systems. SSDs are typically faster than hard drives and can help laptops boot and perform faster.

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