Sony has announced three new Vaio laptops at Computex 2013 in Taipei, Taiwan, bringing new features and new models to those that want the latest and greatest, while keeping a sense of "Sonyness".
Of those three, Sony Vaio Fit is the umbrella name of a new range of laptops that are supposedly the "best fit" rather than appealing to those who want to be "sporty fit".
The new Vaio will come in 14-inch and 15.5-inch sizes and come with the new fourth-generation Intel processor, Haswell.
Other tech specs include options for up to 8GB of RAM, 1TB of storage and Blu-ray. The usual connections like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB and the like are, of course, all present.
Within the model range will be a bevy of differently specified devices, including the Vaio Fit 14E and the Vaio Fit 15E.
As is normal for a Windows 8 laptop these days, both come with touchscreen displays letting you interact with the new operating system from Microsoft. And NFC, so you can tap and share URLs and other content with NFC-enabled devices - think Sony's Xperia Z smartphone.
Both laptops will be fitted with large integrated speakers with the 15E adding a subwoofer for some extra base.
Those wanting more will also be able to upgrade to ensure the laptop packs Nvidia Optimus technology, that lets you switch automatically between longest battery life and maximum performance. You'll also be able to opt for a backlit isolation keyboard
The new Vaio Fit range from Sony will be available in the UK from June.