Sony unveils gesture-controlled laptop

Sony has unveiled a new laptop that belongs to the Vaio series and can be controlled by using gestures.

This rather unique creation carries the product moniker Vaio E Series 14P and its gesture controlling technique resembles the Microsoft Kinect technology.

The laptop comes with a 1.3-megapixel camera that follows the movements of the user’s hand. By making a circle, for example, you could control the volume level and by moving your hand left or right you can check out pictures.

Sony Vaio laptop

Apart from this new technology the Sony Vaio E Series 14P comes with a 14-inch display that works at 1366 x 768 pixel resolution, an Intel Core i3-2350M processor, 4 GB of RAM memory, AMD Radeon HD 7670M graphics, a 750 GB hard drive and a DVD optical drive.

Peripherals include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports and a HDMI connector. The laptop is just 22.4 mm thick and can “survive” for up to 7 hours on battery power.

Pricing is unknown.


Source: Kaldata.com

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