Sony Vaio EA Laptop Gets Midas Touch

Posted: Jun 23 2010, 2:34pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:57pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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Sony has pulled the wraps off a new updated Signature collection of notebooks and among them are new Vaio EA laptops. The machines come with an embossed lid in black, gold, and pink colors. The design on the lid is called Arabesque and the machines start at $919.

The EA line has ATI graphics options and is completely customizable. Sony has also added Signature Vaio F models. The F series is the only Vaio machines that have Vaio TransferJet technology inside. The machines have full HD graphics.

The F also gets a video card with 1GB of RAM, 8GB of RAM, and a 640GB HDD. Sony is also showing off the Carbon Fiber Vaio Z with a Core i7-620M CPU, Windows 7 Ultimate, and a 512GB SSD. Other new signature notebooks include the X134 netbook in carbon fiber or black. The P series is an 8-inch machine with a 2GHz CPU and more.

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