Sony offers free gaming consoles with Ultrabooks to promote the bundle
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Sony is going to introduce Ultrabooks which will have a PS3 or PS Vita in it. It will be an attempt to provide the customers mainly the students with a laptop that also has popular games hardware in it.
In fact Sony has quite a handful range of Ultrabooks and laptops that are intended for student and faculty member. Out of this range of laptops the most economical one is the Vaio 1.3” T Series Custom Ultrabook. It has a Core i5-3317U running at 1.7GHz, GB RAM, 320GB hard drive, Intel HD Graphics 4000 GPU, and 13.3-inch display. It comes for a price of $749.89 and that includes a free carry case worth $50.
The Vaio Z series will have a 160GB PS3, a PlayStation Vita Wi-Fi version. But the price for this series of laptop will cost $2,899.99 and customers will have an option of an additional device for free or discount off another purchase. It also includes $200 off a range of PlayStation gear, or 8% off a Vaio PC purchase.
The Vaio T series Ultrabook that cost only $499.99 will come up with PS3 and PS Vita as instant additions to cart using the eCoupon.