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November 5, 2012

Tech Tuesday Live Twitter Chat – Sony #winchat

Last week we talked a lot about Windows 8: new apps, the operating system itself and the global launches that kicked off around the world. Now, we get to dive into some of the hardware that brings the OS to life. This week we are joined by Sony to discuss what they have hitting the shelves just in time for holiday shopping and specifically around the Sony VAIO T. The VAIO T is a 13.3” Ultrabook with a touchscreen, LED backlighting and the extreme mobility that you all crave. Designed without compromise, it’s the ultimate travel companion and workhorse for purely business or simply pleasure. With a brushed aluminum shell, the latest storage technologies and long battery life, it is more than a PC, it is “your everything” device.


Oh, and one lucky winner will be able to win one for their very own! Details below.

For more information on the Sony VAIO T series, go here. If you are looking for something different than the VAIO T, we’ll also be talking about the Sony DUO 11 Ultrabook. The DUO 11 is a full screen tablet and HD laptop in one. This 11.6” laptop easily converts from a tablet to a laptop or a laptop to a tablet. This luxurious device is hardcore computing in whatever form you’d like to use. For more info on the range of touchscreen PCs from Sony including the DUO 11 Ultrabook, go here.


Note, this is not a support forum. For all support questions please contact @WindowsSupport..

To participate in the Tech Tuesday Live Twitter Chat:

  1. Join us from 12-1 PT (3-4 ET) on Twitter
  2. Follow the hashtag #winchat
  3. Follow @windows, @Sonyelectronics, @kristinalibby, @brandonleblanc, @daniellaycock, and @windowsblog to make sure you get the whole picture.
  4. Answer Q1-Q4 to be eligible for the grand prize. Full legal terms and conditions here.

Note we will only be talking about the outlined topic each week and we will not be answering questions outside those topics. Questions for this week may include: What is the difference between the DUO 11 and the VAIO T? Which PC is best for me?