Published on March 29th, 2010 | by skin0
Sony Vaio E Series
Sony recently debuted it’s latest line of Sony Vaio E series laptops, a general use laptop aimed at the working and multimedia market and for those not to great with the computing line of tech, but also maybe those who don’t like to wait for a computer to boot up when all you need to do is surf the web.
It’s coming in two sizes, 14” and 17” with LED backlit screens, and the 17” will pump out FullHD quality images whereas the 14” will give 1600×900.Both come with 500GB HDD which can be increased to 1TB if you wish and both pack Blu-Ray optical drives. The 17” is quite a powerhouse pacing a Core i5, 4GB of RAM and an ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 5650 with 1GB VRAM which will more than happily play the games of today. The 14” has a Core i3 and a lower spec ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 5145 with 512MB VRAM GPU. They also both pack the usual gubbins of Wireless 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, Motion Eye Camera, HDMI out etc
Now the smart things this lappy does is its “assist” button, “giving one-touch access to VAIO Care to help maintain, diagnose and troubleshoot your VAIO with just a few clicks.”(from Sony) and for those impatient people out there who simply can’t sit through the short boot up of windows when all you need to do is check your Facebook or search for a cheap holiday, the Vaio E has a web button which when pressed fires up a web browser without having to boot up Windows.
Available in May, no prices are available yet but as shown it will be available in a variety of colours.