Sony launched their new line of notebooks called the S series. The notebooks come with 13.3-inch screens, and are powered by the Intel Sandy Bridge processors. They also include AMD’s Radeon HD6630 graphics solution and have a gigabyte of dedicated memory. A switch allows users to switch the laptop from a more power efficient to a performance mode. The new notebooks weigh around 1.7 kg which make them somewhat lightweight. The higher end model of the series also has a SSD drive for storage. Some of the their nifty features include a multi-touch trackpad and a backlit keyboard. There’s also a WEB button that allows user to access the internet without having to boot up the operating system.
More than just style
The four models launched under the new lineup are VPCSB19GG/B, VPCSB18GG/B/S, VPCSB17GG/S/B and VPCSB16FG/B/L/P/S. The VPCSB19GG/B model is the most expensive one priced at Rs. 1,09,900 and the cheapest one, the VPCSB16FG will sell for around Rs. 56,990. The laptops will be available in five different colours – black, silver, white, blue and pink.
Publish date: March 30, 2011 10:10 am| Modified date: December 18, 2013 7:32 pm