Sony VAIO C Series colourful notebooks

Along with the refreshed VAIO S Series, Sony today brings life and to the 14-inch VAIO C Series with new Sandy Bridge processors, AMD Radeon HD 6470M graphics and a choice of fashion colours, including two special orange and green ‘light emitting’ options.

VAIO C comes with 14-inch LED-backlit (1366 x 768) display and full-pitch isolation backlighting keyboard that illuminates automatically when the lights are low. There’s also a multi-touch trackpad, and an ambient light sensor. Specifications include choice of Intel Core i5 processors, 4GB of RAM, up to a 320GB hard drive storage, Dolby Home Theatre audio, HD Exmor web camera and a DVD burner.

Sony VAIO C Series

Connectivity options include 802.11 b/g/n WiFi,, Bluetooth, four USB ports (one USB 3.0 and three USB 2.0) and a HDMI port (3D supported) for watching videos and games on 3D TV. There’s also WEB fast boot button like on the VAIO S Series, and an ASSIST button that launches VAIO Care software, troubleshooting problems and keeping your VAIO in “top condition.”

Sony VAIO C Series




The new 14-inch VAIO C Series is available from March/ April 2011 depending on country.

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