Sony has shown off the new Vaio W notebook at CES with a plastic chassis made from 23% recycled CDs. The machine also comes with a reusable carry case made from recycled PET bottles and has no wasted cardboard packaging.
The W is intended to be used as a secondary PC as most netbooks are. The machine features integrated parental controls and online security software. The machine has a 10.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 that is LED backlit. Watch a video about the Sony VAIO W from the CES below.
Storage for the machine is to a 250GB HDD. Battery life is up to 7 hours and it runs Windows 7 Starter. The outside of the case is white in color with a translucent green inside. Sony doesn't mention what CPU the machine runs or the MSRP. The notebook can be pre-ordered now.
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