Sony VAIO E And C-Series Get Updated
Sony has just refreshed its E-Series (pictured top) and C-Series (pictured bottom) notebook lineup. Both laptops feature the new, second gen Sandy Bridge Intel Core processors and come in a couple different screen sizes, giving consumers the options they seek when shopping for a new computer.
The E-series comes in three sizes, 14″, 15.5″, and 17.3″ and offer Intel i3 or i5 processors with Intel’s integrated graphics. With Intel Wireless Display technology, users can wirelessly hook up their laptops to the big screen without searching for the appropriate cables.
All models carry an edge-to-edge isolated keyboard while the 15.5″ and 17.3″ models carrying numeric keypads as well. The E-Series starts at just $550, making it a steal for a new Sony VAIO. Colors to choose from include blue, white, pink, and black withe geometric patterns on the lids.
The C-Series come in only 14″ and 15.5″ and offer the same types of processors. Select models offer AMD Radeon HD 6630M hybrid graphics with up to 1GB of dedicated video memory. The C-series offer blu-ray drives, backlit keyboards, and are available in blue or red, only. Prices start at $730 for the C-Series and both offer new ways to enjoy your summer. Are the backlit keyboards and heavier graphics enough to get you leaning towards a new C-series?