Vaio may have shown its determination to get back into the tech market in Japan, but we haven’t really heard anything about any international plans or announcements by the company. Until now it seems, as the company might just have a surprise in store for everyone next month.
Vaio gave an indirect, but not-so-cryptic announcement recently of its participation as a sponsor in the upcoming Adobe Max 2014 next month. Within the description of the company at the official event website, it announced that it “will showcase a prototype tablet PC designed by and designed for creative professionals”. The announcement did not just hint, but clearly stated that the company will introduce a new tablet PC at the event, one that would presumably be aimed at the event’s proper attendees.
Just what this “prototype tablet PC” would look like? What are the specs? And what exactly could it do? Most of the important details are of course still largely unknown, but the description alone already gives us an important clue that may lead us to what the Vaio company has in store for the international tech market. It might be more than just “creating a balance between quality and user experience” that the company has been pledging so far.As for what we can confirm about the upcoming tablet PC’s capabilities, the description says that it “offers desktop class performance in a portable form factor”, indicating a considerable probability that it would be installed with a fanless Intel Core M processor. Of course, this is just pure speculation, but we could at least expect that its innards would perform at more or less the same level, and that’s not yet considering the exclusive apps and other perks that it might have.
Regardless, everything that we should need to know about this new tablet PC will soon be revealed next month, or at least to those who are going to visit Vaio’s booth at the event.
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