Ever wondered what goes inside the new Sony VAIO Z Series notebook? Well Sony have released a new video showing the components and baring all with a VAIO Z Series being dismantled by a Sony technician.
Sony engineer Shinji Oguchi is a creator of the newly announced VAIO Z laptop and is currently on his first trip to the United States from Tokyo. Watch him open up the VAIO Z like a pro and dismantle it piece by piece explaining how the new VAIO Z laptop differs from past VAIO Z models.
As a recap the new VAIO Z Series is powered by a Intel Core i7-2620m processor, running at 2.7 Ghz, supported by 8GB of 1333Mhz DDR3 RAM with 256GB of solid stage storage together with a backlit keyboard and an optional Full HD 1920 x 1080p 13.1 inch display.
Source: SlashgearFiled Under: Geeky Stuff, Hardware, Laptops