When a company first enters the Ultrabook space, you don't expect perfection, but you'd hope a company like Sony could deliver. The Vaio T13, the company's first Intel-approved thin-and-light, was priced at under $800, blending a low price with a sturdy chassis and reasonable performance. However, (you knew one was coming, right?) the Vaio's flat keyboard and odd spacing made our reviewer's fingers ache -- and that's not what you need from any laptop. This, therefore, is How Would You Change, a strand where you get to play amateur device designer and share your thoughts on what you'd have done better.