*In this entry I am going to talk about three VAIO Notebook series includes Sony VAIO G11 Series, Sony VAIO TX-5 and Sony VAIO AR30. All of them are pricy laptops.
Sony released Sony VAIO VGN-UX50 UMPC as its first
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Sony VAIO G11 Series come with strong features too:
Latest Intel Ultra-Low Voltage (ULV) U1500 Core Solo processor; Gigabit Ethernet for super-fast network connections, shock protected 100GB hard drive, up to 2GB RAM, an integrated multi-format Dual Layer DVD±RW/RAM optical drive and 12.1-inch XGA with 1,024 x 768 native resolution and a 4:3 aspect ratio rather than widescreen formatalso it has Sony XBRITE technology.
One thing that a consumer should notice is that the keyboard of these VAIO notebooks are 90 percent smaller than the average laptop's and could take some getting used to.
You can read Via Cnet, trustedreview and pocket-lint.
Sony VAIO AR30 series notebooks are the latest version of the first notebook with an integrated Blu-ray Disc optical drive. Now they are upgraded with
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They come with 17" widescreen display with Sony’s original XBRITE Hi-Color LCD technology, Intel Core 2 Duo processor; an optional 80GB7 HDD Bay Unit (5400 rpm SATA) and NVIDIA GeForce Go 7 series graphics cards. Also, they have got plenty ports slots and good network connections includes 4 USB ports, DVD-D out, VGA out, S/PDIF out, headphone jack, RCA Video out, S-video out HDMI output, built-in TV tuner, ExpressCard, fast PC card and Gigabyte Ethernet connection, Integrated 802.11 a/b/g wireless LAN and Bluetooth technology.
Sony VAIO TX-5 series notebooks are ultraportable laptops and some similar to VAIO G11.
They are preinstalled with Vista Business. Also, they are just 1.25kg, with a battery life of up to 7 hours.
VAIO TX-5 notebooks come Intel Core ULV U1500 processor; 1GB RAM, 80GB, 4200-rpm hard drive, biometric fingerprint reader, and "sensor-based hard disk drop protection."
Their 11.1" WXGA X-black LCD comes "illuminated by low power consumption LED technology. They are equipped with two memory card slots, for SD card and a Memory Stick Pro, and two USB, built-in WWAN networking to connect to Sprint's Mobile Broadband EV-DO network (which requires a monthly fee after a 30-day free trial); 802.11 b/g and Bluetooth connectivity; and a handy Sony software tool for switching between wireless connections.
These series are more near to Asus U1 series.
(Read more via mobilemag and pcworld).