Sony intros 17-inch VAIO E17 multimedia laptop, will offer the current E14P with a touchscreen
If you cried when Sony discontinued its performance-heavy VAIO F Series, it looks like the company’s marketing team heard your complaints: Sony just announced the VAIO E17, the closet thing it’s had to a proper multimedia machine since discontinuing the F line. As the name suggests, the E17 (pictured) has a 17-inch panel, which is good news for anyone who’s gone shopping for an oversized notebook lately — there simply aren’t that many non-gaming-laptops this size. As befits a system in this class, it has a 1080p screen, and can be configured with a quad-core Core i7 processor and discrete AMD Radeon HD graphics. Meanwhile, Sony also announced that it’s going to offer the existing VAIO E14P with a touchscreen — a $100 upgrade. Look for both of these to land before the end of the month, with the E14P starting at $690 (sans touchscreen) and the E17 going for $730 and up.
Pubblicato il 12/10/2012, in Hi-Tech con tag E14P, E17, Sony, Sony E14P, Sony E17, sony vaio, Sony Vaio E Series, Sony VAIO E14P, Sony VAIO E17, SonyE14p, SonyE17, SonyVaio, SonyVaioE14p, SonyVaioE17, SonyVaioESeries, vaio, VAIO E14P, VAIO E17, VaioE14p, VaioE17. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.