Sony CW Series Blu-ray Disc notebook unveiled

Sony-VAIO-CW-SeriesSony today announced the new VAIO® CW Series notebook featuring Microsoft® Windows® 7 operating system.

The CW Series notebook features a 14-inch (diagonal) widescreen display with a 16:9 aspect ratio in a thin-and-light chassis. A perfect mix of performance and style, the CW model expresses your personality while letting you enjoy multimedia entertainment in style.

Sony VAIO CW Series notebooks

The notebook features an optional Blu-ray Disc™ drive so you can watch movies in stunning high-definition. It also lets you playback HD content on your compatible big screen HDTV, via the unit’s incorporated HDMI™ output, for big-screen entertainment. An incorporated NVIDIA® GeForce dedicated graphics card ensures you get the best out of your HD entertainment.

Sony VAIO CW Series notebooks

It comes in five eye-catching, high-gloss colors: fiery red, poppy pink, icy white, jet black and indigo purple. The glossy finishes are splashed across the exterior while a gradient color on the palm rest provides the PC with a head-to-toe color coordinated impression.

Sony VAIO CW Series notebooks

The notebook offers a fast, easy way to produce your own high-quality home movies and slideshows. Sony’s VAIO Movie Story software breaks complex movie production into three simple steps, freeing you from tedious hours spent mastering difficult and expensive video editing software.

Sony VAIO CW Series notebooks

The VAIO CW series notebook starts at about $780. It will be available at the end of the month online at www.sonystyle.com/cwseries, Sony Style® stores and at other major retailers around the country.

Source: Sony

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