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Sony launches its first 3D notebook

Dubai, April 20, 2011

Sony Gulf has launched a new range of VAIO notebooks, comprising three new models including the first 3D notebook.

The new VAIO F Series 3D notebook features a full HD 3D display based on the frame sequential method with 3D active shutter glasses - the same as those used on Bravia LCD 3D TVs - delivering a bright and crisp picture, a statement said.

A 3D button on the notebook allows users to convert 2D content - videos and games – into 3D experiences. The 3D images captured with the new range of Cyber-shot digital cameras or NEX cameras by Sony can also be uploaded and viewed on the VAIO F Series notebook, the statement said.

The notebook packs a Quad Core second generation Intel Core™ i7 processor and the latest high-performance Nvidia GeForce graphics with DX11, which meets 2D and 3D multimedia entertainment needs.

The VAIO F Series features a 16-inch Full HD LED backlit LCD display, the ability to convert 2D content to 3D, a surround sound with S-Force Front Surround 3D and inbox bass-reflex speakers.

Sony’s 13.3-inch VAIO S Series weighs 1.72-kg and features a smart battery concept that provides up to 12 hours of battery life on one charge.

The VAIO S Series features the FastBoot technology which enable the computer to start up in 17 seconds from shut down.

The second generation Intel Core™ i5 or i7 processor with a choice of HDD or SSD storage provides computing power and data reliability to the VAIO S Series.

The third notebook in the new line-up is VAIO C Series, which offers the  new 15.5-inch and 14-inch screens, features 'light emitting' material that absorbs ambient ultra-violet light through its flat surfaces and creates a dramatic, glow effect along the edges of the translucent PC lid and other surfaces. – TradeArabia News Service




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