The Sony Vaio Duo 13 ships with the fairly robust Note Anytime program, which frustratingly launches in the desktop any moment the pen is undocked from the clip (still racking your brains on how exactly to disable that), but no real imaging editing software. The Vaio Duo 13 includes a charging input, 3.5mm audio jack, two full-sized USB 3.0 ports, full-sized HDMI, and a combo full-sized SD/HG Duo (Sony Memory Stick) card slot. Sony offers it with the fourth-generation Intel Core i5-4200 or with 1 of 2 Core i7 processors: the i7-4500U and the i7-4650U.
However, but instead, with Clear Audio + enabled (on the music preset), even though not a feature for the device, the addition of the programs is a good bonus to users.
Used, however, its a little different. To be able to easily fit into the designated space, the keys are slightly longer and more rectangular than those on standard laptops, and that may lead to some awkward typing at worst, and slight readjustments at best. Even though many Ultrabooks forgo VGA and other display options and only HDMI, an artists device such as this must have something more, at least in NBRs opinion; and the Sony Duo 13 is thick enough to add at least another thing.