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Vaio T: first ultrabook Sony

Sony has introduced a new line of notebooks Vaio. In all the models are based on the latest processor Intel Core i the third generation (Ivy Bridge). All new items are also shipped with the operating system Microsoft Windows 7 with the option to upgrade to "eight."Line led Vaio T - ultrabuk first from the Japanese company. On board laptop -13.3 inch display (1366x768), 1.7-GHz processor Core i5, 4 GB RAM, hard drive 500 GB (or a hybrid with SSD-drive), as well as two-port USB 3.0. The backlighting is absent. Prices on Vaio T start at 799 dollars, writes CNET.Budget Series Vaio E offers three models with screen sizes 11.6, 14 and 15.5 inches. Advantages of "student" laptop - AMD Radeon discrete graphics, and backlit keyboard. Laptops will be available at a price of $ 499.The series is also released a special "edition of the" E Series in partnership with rapper LL Cool J. E 14P Series Boomdizzle Bundle will come with software for creating music, audio technology supports Dolby Home Theater v4 and headphones Sony MDR-V55 DJ.The series includes two Vaio S laptop with 13.3-and 15.5-inch. Both models have Nvidia graphics with video memory up to 2GB, fingerprint reader, backlit keyboard, and Optimus technology to conserve battery power. The cost of new products range from 899 dollars.Prices for the most expensive series - Vaio Z - start at $ 599 a thousand. The most powerful notebook Sony is equipped with quad chips Intel, "mediahabom" for up to three external monitors, optical drive, discrete graphics and the port of Thunderbolt,.Home sales of new products scheduled for June.

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