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Category: new notebook models
By: Deepika gwalani

Sony unveils the new Vaio E-series

The E-series is the latest line of personal laptops


Sonystyle.com is abuzz these days with the newly listed Vaio E series, the company's new line of personal laptops. This series features the latest Intel Core i3 processors and sports a 15.5-inch display panel. It comes with huge color choices such as Caribbean Green or Iridescent Blue etc.

The Vaio E-series comes in two variants – the E-series, and the Signature E-series.

VAIO Signature Collection E series

The Signature series is powered by the Intel Core i3-330M processor with a clock speed of 2.1GHz accompanied by the Mobile Intel HM55 Express Chipset, and sports a 15.5-inch display panel with 1366 x 768 pixels of resolution. The model on display (VPCEB1JFX/G) comes with 4GB RAM and 500GB HDD. The body has a glossy finish that might attract greases and fingerprints. The life is not known for the standard capacity Lithium-ion battery yet. This 2.6kg machine has a dimension of 14.56"(W) x 1.22"(H) x 9.77"(D). Other features include –

·         Average Boot Time : 60 sec

·         Operating System : Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

·         Sony Creativity Suite, VAIO Care, Norton Internet Security 2010 30-Day Trial Offer

·         QWERTY keyboard with 103 keys with 2.0mm stroke and 19.05mm pitch

·         Bluetooth Technology : Integrated Stereo A2DP (2.1 + EDR)20

·         Ethernet Protocol : 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T

·         Wi-Fi : 802.11 b/g/n

·         Price : $799.99

VAIO E Series Notebook PC

This model (VPCEB1JFX/B) is not much different from the above one. This variant has the same processor but with 2.13GHz of clocking, 15.5-inch display panel, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit and the same other software. It is also of the same weight and dimension.


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