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Sony launches VAIO E series notebooks

Sony launches VAIO E series notebooks

Bangalore: Sony India has launched new VAIO E series notebooks with vibrant colors. The new E series comes in a number of screen sizes and configurations.

These new VAIO E series notebooks would be available in 14-inch and 15.5-inch screen sizes. Major attraction of these new VAIO E series laptops would be gradient color pattern that looks attractive in Brown, Black, Pink, White, and Green.
New Sony VAIO E series notebooks are bifurcated into EA series comprising of 14-inch models while EB series comprise of 15.5-inch models. These models claim to support full HD with 1366x768 pixel resolutions.

The VAIO E series notebooks will come loaded with Intel Core i3 and Core i5 microprocessors - depending on the models that customers choose. Pre-loaded with Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium operating system these notebook models would hold up to 4GB RAM and up to 500GB HDD storage.

For better graphics, Sony will offer choosing ATI's discrete Mobility Radeon 5000 series GPU that will support DirectX 11 level graphics. This laptop also has chiclet style keyboard with USB 2.0, eSATA and HDMI ports.

The E-series is available at a starting price of Rs 34,990 for both 35.56 cms and 39.37 cms screen sizes respectively. The new range will now be available across Sony Center stores and retail partners across the country.


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