How much laptop can Sony give you for $769.99? We can't be sure without a full review, but Sony's 13-inch VAIO T ultrabook, on sale today, feels pretty good. We only got a casual glimpse at the laptop under glass back in January, but at Intel's Computex 2012 event today we picked it up with our own two hands, and immediately admired its fairly rigid (for polycarbonate) chassis and decent (for its 1366 x 768 resolution) screen. It looks and feels more durable than some cheap metal laptops we've seen, and while the keyboard is shallow it's not unusually so. It felt consistant and responsive to a press rather than squishy or dull, in our brief experience. Take a peek at the machine up close in our hands-on pictures below.