Sony laptops and net books are among the most popular to clone in Shenzhen. We’ve seen plenty of Vaio P and X clones doing the rounds, but this is our first Vaio TT.
The TT has been on the market for 2 years so finding a clone so late on in a products life might seem a little strange, but it all comes down to cost.
The shanzhai factories have had to wait for manufacturing costs to drop before copying the stylish frame of the Vaio TT but the wait seems worth while as it truly is a good looking copy.
At 12.1 (1366×768) inches the screen offers a great deal more real estate over the similar net books on the market making it a great little machine for someone wanting to be productive on the go and who intends on having multiple screens open.
You might want to keep those multiple screens running programs that aren’t too processor intensive though as that little Atom 1.66 Ghz CPU won’t handle too much especially with the stock 1gb of RAM, but for music, photos and the web it’ll serve you well and the 160gb hard drive will provide ample room for all your files.
The TT clone should be available soon at a very attractive 1500 Yuan!