Final specs and pricing revealed! As expected, the baby ain't cheap, but she's powerful: VAIO Z Canvas (VJZ12A1) Intel Core i7-4770HQ Quad Core CPU @ 2.2GHz (TurboBoost to 3.40 GHz) (9044 PassMark CPU score) Iris Pro 5200 Graphics (GT3 + eDRAM) (performs between GeForce GT 740M and 750M) 3 Memory (DDR3L vs. LPDDR) / SSD configurations (memory is soldered): 16GB (DDR3L-1600) / 512GB × 2 PCI Express 3.0 x4 SSD (does not come RAID0 configured) - ¥399,800 16GB (LPDDR3-1600) / 512GB PCI Express 2.0 x4 SSD - ¥319,800 8GB (DDR3L-1600) / 256GB SATA3 SSD - ¥249,800 12.3" 2,560×1,704 (3:2@250dpi) display with 95% Adobe RGB gamut N-Trig digitizer and pen (with 1024 pressure levels of sensitivity) TPM module (TCG Ver1.2) 1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet LAN 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac with Bluetooth 4.0 wireless card (featuring improved reception for weak signals): 0.92MP webcam and 8MP rear auto-focus camera Geomagnetic / gyro / accelerometer USB 3.0 × 2 (1 charging port), HDMI1.4 × 1, Mini DisplayPort × 1, 3.5mm stereo jack × 1, SD / SDHC / SDXC UHS-II card slot 63Wh battery (6.7 - 7.6 hr JEITA 2.0 measured battery life) 301 × 213 × 13.65 mm @ 1.21kg Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit 3yr Warranty Included RF magnetic keyboard cover: 19mm key size with 1.35mm key travel Japanese layout (English layout option available) 2 weeks estimated usage on full charge (charges when magnetically attached to tablet) 301 × 213 × 4.4 mm @ 340g Some other interesting features of this tablet: The CPU has a 47W TDP, unheard of in any tablet up to this date. As such, it's equipped with a large cooling system with plenty of room for airflow around the copper: The frame is milled from a single block of aluminum: and has undergone quite strenuous bend, drop, and scratch tests: The right case button is touch toggle: The left case button controls the customizable on-screen overlay: There you can set up to 24 shortcuts per application and also include toggles for touch, fan noise and other system settings. The digitizer driver has a customizable pressure curve: The pen buttons can be mapped to functions like opening OneNote and starting a screen clipper: and the pen body can be customized with different sized grip accessories: There's also a special "pen-remap" mode that is supposed to be used while connected to an external display: From what I understand, this lets you map tablet touch and pen input to the external display coordinates, so the digitizer acts similar to a Intuos tablet on a desktop setup. As an added bonus, you apparently get a "preferential price" on a Creative Cloud subscription, Clip Studio Paint, and/or Corel Painter 2015 with purchase. Additional specs compiled from AVWatch, MyNavi, and ITMedia. More info on the official product page. Pre-order page here (for all you rich folks in Japan ) also coming to the US in Fall 2015. So who's pre-ordering?!!!