Sony has added three new desktop PC’s to its Vaio lineup.
First up is the Vaio JS series, which features a 20.1 inch XBRITE ECO LCD display, which is designed to curb the energy consumption of the PC and also make it quite.
The details of the other specs are fairly limited, there is an option Blu-ray Drive, and a built in webcam with face tracking technology as well as an integrated microphone.
The Sony Vaio JS comes with Vista Home Premium and there is a choice of colours including, pink, silver and black, it will retail for around 1,000.
Next up is the Sony Vaio LV series, which features a 24 inch WUXGA widescreen high definition display, and it features Sony’s XBRITE-FullHD technology to bring you sharp and crystal clear HD content.
As with the JS series there is an option Blu-ray unit, or a rewritable Blu-ray drive, and it comes with up to 1TB of storage to keep all your HD content on.
There is also HDMI, and it can display content at up to 1080p, there is also built in WiFi, a wireless keyboard and touchpad and an integrated power supply so the unit can easily be mounted on the wall.
The Sony Vaio LV series will go on sale for around $1,600.
Finally the last addition to the Vaio lineup is the Vaio RT High Definition Studio, which is designed to be a one stop shop for all your high definition video editing.
The RT series features a 25.5 inch XBRITE FullHD display, and a built in Blu-ray optical drive which enables you to play, record and edit high definition video in 1080p.
As well as built in dual TV tuners, the RT features HDMI in and out, so that you can connect HD devices to your RT or connect the RT to another HD display allowing you to have multiple displays.
The RT Series is powered by an Intel Core2 Quad processors, and comes with up to 8GB of RAM, and up to 1TB of hard drive storage.
It also features a high speed eSATA port and a compact flash slot, and it runs Vista Ultimate.
The Sony Vaio RT series is expected to retail for around $3,300, and all of the above new models will be available to buy online and from retailers in October.
via Akihabara NewsFiled Under: Gadgets News, Hardware