Sony VAIO TT James Bond 007 Edition Ships Today

Posted: Oct 20 2008, 4:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:08am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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The new Sony VIAO TT James Bond 007 Edition VGN-TT190EJX/C starts shipping today from the Sony Style store.
The 11.1 inch Sony VIAO TT is one of the hottest new notebooks. It is also the world's smallest notebook with a Blu-ray drive. The James Bond edition of the VAIO TT celebrates the launch of the new Bond movie Quantum of Solace.
Bond specific features of the 007 VAIO TT include engraved 007 Gun Logo and leather carrying case. There will be only 100 Bond VAIO TT notebooks available.
The specifications of the VGN-TT190EJX/C include 11.1" widescreen LCD display, 2GB RAM, 64GB Solid State Drive, HDMI out, noise canceling headphones, and carbon fiber black casing.
The price of the Bond VAIO TT is $2,399.99. This price is actually quite good compared to the normal VAIO TT, when selecting similar features. More details on the Sony Style store. Shop for VAIO TT Notebooks deals on

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