Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Sony Launches VAIO Z Laptops

Weighing in at 1.48 kg, the VAIO Z laptops come in a matte black finish and boasts of a carbon fibre body. The centre of the silver hinge, comprises part of the battery and houses the recessed power switch. A seamless sheet of brushed aluminum covers the keyboard panel framing its individual keys.

Running on Intel Centrino2 Processor Technology, the VGN-13GN/B is equipped with a 4 GB DDR3 SRAM and a 320 GB hard disk drive while the VGN-12GN/B comes with 2 GB DDR3 SRAM and a 250 GB hard disk drive. Both models have Microsoft Windows Vista Business pre-installed and come with G-Sensor Shock Protection technology to counteract sudden movements helping to prevent damage and data loss.

Comprised of two graphics processors - NVIDIA GeForce 9300M GS GPU for full graphics acceleration and Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD for mobile situations - the system lets users manually choose either SPEED or STAMINA mode. The setting is changed via a conveniently located switch above the keyboard and does not require rebooting.

VAIO Z is equipped with a biometric fingerprint sensor for speedy logins and TPM (Trusted Platform Module) security chip and proprietary hard disk drive password protection software to help protect data from unauthorized access.

The laptops' display has a 16:9 aspect ratio at 1600 x 900 pixels, built-in 802.11n wireless LAN capabilities, an optional Blu-ray Disc optical drive, an HDMI port, three USB ports, Memory Stick media/SD card slot and microphone and headphone jack and a PC Card (type-II) slot.

Available in two new models - VGN-Z13GN/B and VGN-Z12GN/B - these notebooks are priced at Rs. 1,24, 900 and Rs. 99,990 respectively.


V. Archana said...

but don't you think when it comes to gadgets,its better to go for less costlier one rather than going for a very expensive piece and within a time of six months its gone for repair.
my bro had bought apple's mac book pro 17' six months ago and now he's given it for repair where in they said it had some parts missing in it.

hey..thats just my opinion,dont take it the other way.

Aneesh said...

Nice configuration. I guess it's worth the money.

Hemanth Potluri said...

in goa someone is goin to present me this :P...


prajyot said...

@ archana

thanks for the valuable comment and sharing your own views.

prajyot said...

@ aneesh

well the config sounds great..lets hope for best now.

Priya Joyce said...

u know frm the tym I saw the ad I am in luv wth vaio z

h aha u made me to do so even more..

Hemanth Potluri said...

dude wer r u struck up...not seen these days :)..


V. Archana said...

somebody seems to be too busy for blogging? :P
excuse my sarcasm.. lite le yaar. :)

prajyot said...

sorry guys.4-5 days my inetconnection was DEAD AND DEAF..he he