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Sony launches new Vaio series laptops

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Breaking news from ihotdesk, the home of IT outsourcing in London:
Sony has launched its new range of upgraded Vaio laptops this week.

Category Product
01 February 2008
Sony has launched its new range of upgraded Vaio laptops this week.

The computer giant's new range boasts Intel Core two duo processors, more models with Blu-ray disc drives and high-end AR60, FZ30 and SZ70-series models with four GB of SD ram, designed to give "exceptional performance".

Hidetoshi Takigawa, marketing director for Vaio in Europe, said: "The specific qualities of the new processor family are a perfect match for Vaio.

"With high definition (HD) already shaping the future in so many ways, Vaio is ever-more focussed on HD performance."

He added that, through its new range, Sony can now offer customers the most "complete, most sophisticated" HD solutions available.

Products in the Vaio series include the AR60, which as the first notebook to feature integrated Blu-ray disc drives and an Intel Core two dup processors, offers the "last word in all-round HD entertainment".

The FZ30 model is a notebook geared toward those wanting to edit personal HD video content, while the SZ70 has a carbon fibre chassis and a power-saving LED screen.

For those who like their laptops to have some personality, the CR30 is described as a "colourful" and stylised model along with the TP2, which has a "radical round case" that "looks good from any angle".

Laptop leader Sony was created in 1946 when it was founded by Masaru Ibuka and Akio Morita and named Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo, which translates to the Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Company.

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