Sony partners with Cingular to offer notebooks from its ultra-portable T-series with built-in wireless wide area network capability (WWAN).
The Sony T-Series was introduced last September. The new Sony VAIO VGN-T350P/L and VGN-T-350/L have now built-in SmartWi, that lets users switch from Wi-Fi connectivity to Cingular EDGE connectivity. The Pentium M powered Sonys feature also Bluetooth, DVD writer, 60GB HDD, 512MB RAM and a 10.6" WXGA screen with XBRITE.
The difference between the Sony VAIO VGN-T350P/L and Sony VAIO VGN-T-350/L seems only to be that the P/L has Windows XP Professional installed and the /L only the Home edition.
VAIO T-Series notebooks with a midnight blue chassis will be widely available in June starting at about $2,200. Silver and burgundy color options will be exclusively sold on SonyStyle.
More details in Sony press-release.
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Customers will receive a 30 day trial of Cingular's Wireless WAN Service when they sign up through Sony for a Data Connect plan of $49.99 with a two-year service agreement, or the $79.99 Unlimited Data Connect plan with a one-year service agreement. When customers sign up for the $79.99 Unlimited Data Connect plan with a two-year agreement through Sony, customers receive 60 days of free service.
About Cingular EDGE:
Cingular operates the largest digital wireless voice and data network in the United States, and its EDGE service is the fastest national wireless data network in the country. EDGE provides users with a high-speed wireless experience in 13,000 cities and towns and along nearly 40,000 miles of Interstate highways in the U.S. at typical speeds of 70 to 135 kilobits per second (kbps).
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