Sony has added some new notebooks to its Vaio line up with the launch of the Sony EA, EB and EC Series notebooks. The Sony VAIO EA features a 14 inch display, whilst the Sony Vaio EB features a 15.5 inch display and the Sony Vaio EC features a 17.3 inch display.
The Sony Vaio EA and EB series notebooks will be available in a range of bright colors as pictured below, whilst the Vaio EC will only be available in black.
Processing comes in the form of a 2.26GHz Intel Core i3 processor as standard with the option to upgrade to a Core i5 processor, there is also 4GB of RAM, a 320GB hard drive, HDMI and Windows 7 Home Premium.
Both the Vaio EA and EB notebooks come with integrated Intel graphics, although this can be upgraded to a 512MB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 graphics, whilst the Vaio EC has the option to upgrade to HD 5650 graphics with 1GB of RAM.
All models will go on sale in July 2010, the Vaio EA will retail for $700, the Vaio EB will retail for $770 and the Vaio EC will retail for $820.
via UbergizmoFiled Under: Laptops, Technology News