The new Sony VAIO FJ 14.1″ widescreen notebook, available in five colors (blue, green, raspberry, white, black) and built-in video camera is now available for purchase via SonyStyle.com in North America. Weighing 5.3lbs this notebook makes for a cool looking, powerful and highly mobile laptop.
Sony VAIO FJ raspberry color (view larger image)
The VAIO FJ features a full-sized, comfortable keyboard and 14.1-inch (measured diagonally) widescreen display with Sony’s exclusive XBRITE-ECO LCD technology making this PC more than just a pretty face. Also included is the latest technology hard drive (SATA 5400RPM hard drive), Intel Pentium M processor, and the latest 533MHz DDR2 memory for faster computing. A built-in camera and 802.11 b/g wireless makes for eacy face-to-face video conferencing.
The FJ notebook is also well-equipped to be a home theater away from home. With the vibrant display and onboard DVD+R double layer/DVD+RW drive you can watch your favorite home movies and DVDs with stunning clarity.
The FJ series also comes with a full suite of Sony multimedia applications, including SonicStage software for managing music in a variety of formats and Click to DVD software for easy one-click DVD mastering. To make data sharing and transfer a breeze, the notebook also comes standard with a multitude of connector interfaces, including an i.LINK (IEEE 1394) and two USB 2.0 ports as well as a Memory Stick media slot.
Pricing on the Sony VAIO FJ starts at around $1,499 and can now be ordered at SonyStyle.com
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The FS series will follow suit in the coming weeks.
Customize your S Series notebook now! (Thanks to Eliwood for this news tip!)
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