Sony Unveils Vaio Z And F Notebooks

Posted: Jan 7 2010, 8:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:44pm CDT, in CES


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Sony has pulled the covers off a couple new notebook series at CES including the Vaio Z and F series machines. The Z-series is a carbon fiber and aluminum chassis with all the features of a full-size machine in a 13.1-inch frame. The screen is LED backlit and the machine can be fitted with a Blu-ray player. Watch a video of the VAIO Z from the Sony CES Booth below.

The machine has dynamic hybrid graphics letting you select settings for power savings and for performance when needed. 3G mobile broadband is integrated and the machine has 802.11n WiFi. Storage is to a 512GB SSD. The Vaio F series is s a much larger notebook with a 16.4-inch screen.

It can also be fitted with a Blu-ray drive and some models have a Blu-ray burner built-in. The system has HDMI out and graphics comes from an NVIDIA GPU. CPU options for the machine include Core i7 parts with quad cores. The Z-series will start at $1900 and be available in late spring while the F series sis up for pre-order now at starting prices of $1000.

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