VAIO has introduced an incredibly slim, lightweight 12.5-inch laptop that, despite its ultrabook design, features just about every port you’re likely to need in various usage scenarios.

The VAIO SX12 has a full-size keyboard, weighs less than 2lbs, and comes with the promise of ‘full performance’ despite the slim notebook design.

The VAIO SX12 is designed for portability — the company specifically shows it being slipped into a large purse, for example — boasting a footprint smaller than standard A4 paper.

The weight tops out at 1.9lbs depending on which configuration the buyer chooses.

Whereas the majority of modern ultrabooks have eliminated the majority of ports and replaced them with USB-C ports, requiring the user to carry dongles, VAIO has packed in a huge array of ports.

In addition to the commonly used connectors like USB-C and HDMI, this ultrabook also has an old school VGA port and built-in Ethernet.

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