Posted January 25, 2019 11:33:51 Toshiba has announced the introduction of a Dell laptops bundle, and the Dell Vaio is the first product to make the jump.
The Toshiba Vaio 13.3-inch laptop features a 13-inch full HD touchscreen and a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and will be available in two configurations: $1,999 with 4GB RAM and $2,199 with 8GB RAM.
The Vaio comes with a 10-inch 13-point touch display and a 3,000mAh battery.
The Dell Vaios 15.4-inch laptops, which are available with 4, 8 and 16GB RAM, are the only models to support Dell’s Thunderbolt Display.
The Dell Vaion 15.3 and 15.6-inch gaming laptops will support Thunderbolt Display only.
A Dell spokesperson confirmed to Time that the Dell Vias are the first laptops to come with a Thunderbolt Display, but declined to share pricing or release date.
The Asus X1 Carbon is the only other laptop to support the Thunderbolt Display standard, which has been around for about a year now.
It also supports the optional Thunderbolt Display port.
Both the Toshiba VAio and the Vaio 15.5-inch notebooks are currently priced at $1.49, $1;99 and $1.;99 respectively, and are currently available from Amazon.