Posted by Bic on Jun 9, 2010 in News, Sony Laptops | 0 comments
Sony has revealed that they will begin selling three new notebook ranges in the US. Both the EA and EB series feature brightly colored models. The VAIO EA will be available in blue, pink, green, black, grey (gunmetal black) and white. The EA series features a 14 inch display and will have a starting price of $769.99.
The next model up, the EB series, is also available in the same colors and has a starting price of $699.99. Despite the smaller price tag, the EB series actually has a larger display which measures 15.5 inches.
The VAIO EC on the other hand, is only available in Gunmetal black and will have a starting price of $819.99, with a 17.3 inch display.
Posted by sheva on Jun 9, 2010 in News, Sony Desktops | 0 comments
Sony has unveiled its latest stylish, compact, touch-enabled machine- the VAIO J. It is touted as an affordable, all in one PC loaded with the latest technology.
It features a 21.5 inch, 1920×1080 widescreen panel with high definition display. A few models are equipped with a Blu-ray Disc optical drive which enables 1080p high definition display. It has an in-built 802.11 b/g/n Wi- Fi system and built-in webcam with face tracking technology. The VAIO J also includes a wireless keyboard and mouse that can be stored under the unit’s display
The PC is powered by a 2.66GHz Intel Core i7-620M processor and comes loaded with the Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional 64-bit operating system. The NVIDIA GeForce series graphic card with 512 vRAM is optional. It can have up to 8 GB of RAM and also has a 7,200rpm 500GB hard drive.
Posted by Bic on Jun 1, 2010 in News, Sony Laptops | 0 comments
Great news for those in the US who fell in love with the Billabong edition Sony VAIO W, previously only available to those in Australia. Sony will be releasing the Imperial Lime Billabong netbook to the US market and you can pre-order it in Sony Style stores from today. The netbook will cost $500 and comes with the standard VAIO W specs, including a 10.1 inch display, with a resolution of 1366×768, the best which can be found on a netbook and really does make a difference. You also get 1GB of RAM and a 250GB hard drive, along with Windows Starter 7 as the OS.
Posted by Bic on May 31, 2010 in News, Sony Laptops | 5 comments
For folks in the the UK, Northern Ireland, the Netherlands or Spain, those who purchase promotional Magnum ice creams, can enter a competition, whereby the prize is a Sony VAIO P laptop in gold. The company will be giving away one VAIO P every day until the end of June. From July until August, the company will still have VAIO P laptops up for grabs but, reduced to one winner a week. It’s unknown whether the VAIO P is the old model, or the newest version, as the actual Magnum website, along with the ice cream packaging doesn’t state it’s the VAIO P, let alone what specs it has. Each promotional Magnum ice cream has a code on the stick, which can be entered into the Magnum website.
Posted by bob kelly on May 17, 2010 in News, Sony Laptops | 0 comments
The fashionable, world’s lightest 8″ notebook, 1.4-pound VAIO P Series Lifestyle PC is set to see an up-lift for itself this June when Sony will release more bolder and vibrant colors. They are to be made available in classic black, hot pink, neon green, icy white and electric orange colors.
The release will also come with a wide array of built-in one-touch button features. You may access the web now without even having to boot through the Operating system instantly by just pushing the “Quick Web Access” button.