Sony refreshed Vaio notebook line with new color and options

Sony updats Vaio notebooks.

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Sony has announced a refreshed line of Vaio computers that has new features and a new color that users can pick from. The refreshed line is Sony's winter product offering that will carry the retailer through the holiday season. The new updates include CPU options and a few other updates for some machines.


The Vaio EB/EA/AC line of laptops has new CPU options with Core i5-580 and i5-460M CPU options now available along with a new Pentium processor for those looking for a budget notebook. The machines can also be had with a 1GB video card of some sort. Sony is offering free HD screen upgrades while supplies last through October 9 as well. The new color for these notebooks is purple. Sony has updated its AIO L series machine with a Blu-ray drive that can play movies and burn to Blu-ray media.

The machine also has quad core CPU options, a TV tuner option, and up to 2TB of storage. The Vaio F notebook can be optioned with a GeForce GT 425M GPU with 1GB of RAM. The machine previously used a 330M processor. The F series notebooks get a USB 3.0 port now as well. Sony also says that the Signature collection is coming back, but offered up no other details on the collection.

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