The VAIO C and FE Series are now presented as VAIO Graphic Splash Edition. The Graphic Splash Edition laptops include Pink Blossom and Weathered Red C series notebooks, Charcoal Blossom and Weathered Blue FE series, as well as laptops with Dots Black / White and Dots Brown / Turquoise patterns. The13.3-inch widescreen Sony VAIO C as well as the15.4-inch widescreen VAIO FE series laptops are empowered with Intel Core 2 Duo processors, and feature DVD burners and built-in 802.11 a/b/g wireless connections.
The VAIO C “Graphic Splash Edition” notebooks start at about $1,250 while the FE models start at about $1,000.
Meet the Flybook VM notebook. It’s screen thrusts out for comfortable viewing. The notebooks features include an Intel ULV Core Duo 1.06 GHz (U2400) processor, 2 GB RAM (max), 60 GB hard drive, and dual-layer DVD burner. The 12.1″ display is a wide-aspect 1280×768 TFT. Other integrated features include Bluetooth 2.0, wireless 802.11 a/b/g, fingerprint reader, stereo speakers, microphone, ExpressCard and camera.
The Flybook VM is available in four luxuriously finished casings: black, silver, red, or yellow. Price varies from $2400 to $2700.
Patience may be a virtue, but when it comes to getting faster boot-up times for computers, no one will complain. That’s why a new industry alliance is promoting a hybrid technology to speed the start-up process for laptops.
Five leading hardware Relevant Products/Services makers have come together to push for a new storage component that incorporates NAND flash memory onto a computer’s hard drive.
There is a marketing terra incognito between Phone/PDAs and ultraportable notebooks into which exploratory forays seem to disappear forever: it is the form factor of no return, better known as “UMPC with a keyboard”. The HTC Athena X7500 hopes to conquer this undiscovered country and become its King.