Sony today announced three new VAIO notebooks during a pre-show event at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show. The VAIO F-seies 3D notebook, VAIO S-series, and VAIO YB-series notebooks offer the latest processor technology and attractive designs.
If lightweight and durability aren't enough for you then you'll probably be happy to know that the VAIO S boasts up to 5 hours of battery life with the standard battery and up to 7.5 hours with the optional large capacity battery.
The VAIO S delivers Intel Wireless Display technology for wirelessly streaming video content to your HDTV. Sony was also kind enough to add a LED-backlit keyboard to make it easier to type in dark environments.
Pricing for the VAIO S starts at $900.
Additional technical specs for the VAIO S include:
The VAIO F uses a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and dedicated NVIDIA GeForce graphics with 1 GB of dedicated video memory for solid multimedia performance.
Pricing for the VAIO F starts at $1,700.
Additional technical specs for the VAIO F include:
The 11-inch Sony VAIO YB is the next evolution in the Y-series family and offers impressive technology at a lower price point than earlier Y-series notebooks. The YB Series weighs just 3.23 lbs. with it's 11.6-inch LED display, full-size keyboard and up to 6-hours of battery life using the latest AMD "APU" processors which combine the traditional CPU and the equivalent of a discrete graphics processor on a single piece of silicon. Using the AMD dual-core E-350 APU with AMD Mobility Radeon HD 6310 graphics, the VAIO YB delivers fast performance and picture-perfect HD video playback for a fraction of the cost you might expect from a notebook like this.
Pricing for the VAIO YB starts at $550.
Additional technical specs for the VAIO YB include:
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