Full-size keyboard and touch pad.
Responsive touch screen.
Windows 8-style interface.
Very good performance.
Excellent battery life.
Doesn't have a back-lit keyboard.
It's on the heavy side (if you consider 4 pounds heavy).
The screen doesn't go fully flat.
It's hinges aren't stiff enough to handle writing or drawing well.
By PCAdvisor on April 02, 2013
There's no single feature of the T Series 13 that is particularly eye-catching or innovative. However, it does provide you with an ultraportable design with good performance and battery life for well under £800, which - regardless of what you think about touch-screens on laptops - still makes it good value for money when compared to many of its ultrabook rivals.80
By cnet on October 11, 2012
If you like the idea of having a touch screen on your Windows 8 laptop, the Sony Vaio T13 Touch isn't a bad way to...70
By PCMag on October 11, 2012
The all-metal Sony VAIO T13 (SVT13114GXS) ultrabook seeks the perfect mix of design, functionality, and performance, and mostly succeeds. However, similarly priced rivals shine just a bit brighter on features and performance.70
By RegHardware on October 08, 2012
Overall, Sony gets a thumbs-up from me for starting to prise open the Ultrabook market by making it more affordable to people like me. That Sony, of all companies, should being doing this is remarkable. ® More Ultrabook ReviewsHP Spectre XTAcer...75
By Engadget on July 10, 2012
A budget-friendly Ultrabook is almost an oxymoron. Usually, the thinner the laptop, the higher the price. Solid-state drives and nice-to-have extras like backlit keyboards and high-res displays don't come cheap, either. For an Intel-approved system...-
By Hardware.Info on July 14, 2012
De styling van de Sony VAIO T13 is kenmerkend voor de slanke laptops van dit Japanse merk. Of je het mooi vindt laten we aan jou over, maar het is wat ons betreft zeker niet de lelijkste laptop die we de afgelopen tijd hebben gezien. Het is wel jammer...-