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VAIO Flip 11A price alleviates 13 or 15 dilemma

Sony has been doing an impressive job on the laptop front for some years now, and with the market shifting more towards tablets, they have managed to adapt their laptop range. However, some consumers felt that the current VAIO Flip 13 and 15 models to be too large and so were eager to see if Sony would rectify this issue.

Thankfully, Sony has done just that with the VAIO Flip 11A, and not only will it help to solve the size issue, but also is a little cheaper than the two larger models in the United States.

The Sony VAIO Flip 11A price is $799, which now makes it even more affordable to own a Sony Flip laptop. The two other models are great at what they do, but they did limit some consumers in terms of size and price, so the 11A could be seen as the best of both worlds.

VAIO Flip 11A price

What you get for your money — The Sony VAIO Flip 11A specs include a 11.6-inch, 1,920 x 1,080 IPS display, 2.16GHz Intel Pentium processor, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB SSD. The laptop runs on Windows 8.1 64-bit and comes pre-installed with Adobe Photoshop Elements 12.

As for the Sony VAIO Flip 11A availability, we can tell you that this laptop has only just been made available in the US, countries such as the UK has been selling this device for a while now.

Sony VAIO Flip competition a cause for concern — We have two concerns with this smaller Flip laptop, one is the use of an aging Pentium processor, and the second is its price. The thing is, you can pick yourself up a 15-inch Lenovo convertible for just $499, and that comes packing an Intel i5 processor.

Do you think the Sony VAIO Flip 11A is overpriced considering it comes with a budget chip?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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