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Engadget - Hands-on with Sony's touch-enabled VAIO T14 and T15

Engadget - When Sony announced the touch-enabled VAIO T14 and the new VAIO T15 Ultrabooks yesterday, we lamented the lack of specs and, well, any concrete info apart from the fact that these machines exist and will make it to market. The silence on the processor front makes sense, but we were hungry for more details all the same. Lucky for us, though, we spotted both models on the show floor this morning at CES. (PC hardware, Sony VAIO T14, Sony VAIO T15)

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