New Vaio Laptops – Type C, F and G
The laptop manufacturer also known as Vaio (subbrand of Sony) has come up with a couple of new and interesting notebooks, of the new 5 devices I will only mention 3 but there are different settings that can please everyone you know – and don’t know.
So, lets start with the Vaio Type C which seems to be the most colorful option. In this model I think they went more for the looks instead of performance, this can be a good or bad factor depending on your ability to judge a computer.
There are 6 different colors you can choose from, including: black, pink, white, light blue, gray and light green; on the technical specifications the “Type C” has a couple of interesting options:
Core 2 Duo T7400, T7200 or T5500, or a Celeron M430 CPU
512MB to 2GB of RAM
NVIDIA GeForce Go 7400 GPU graphic card (that’s what I meant for young people)
60 to 120GB hard-disk
The next item on the list is the Vaio Type F, which is considered the all-in-one multimedia laptop – it even has a remote control. The bigger specs on this model are the hard-drive that can have up to 200GB of storage, and
another interesting point goes for the webcam located on top of the screen.
The Vaio Type G is more worried about the protection and therefore it is a “robust”, “strong”, “rugged” laptop that will soften up the impact on crashes or occasional bumps. We already reported about the Vaio Type G a couple of months ago, but this seems to be an upgraded version with better specifications in terms of storage capacity, processor, and Ram memory.
Along with all the other laptops this G will also be shipped with the new Windows Vista.
[found at AkihabaraNews]