Sony Launches Sony Vaio FW

15 July 2008 By Madhur


Sony Vaio FW

Sony has launched a new multimedia notebook, the Sony VAIO FW which will surely please the high definition movie fans. There will be a lot of configurations available to choose from, ranging from a standard to a premium model. The premium model will be able to play Blu-ray discs, letting you enjoy high definition content in full 1080 HD resolution when connected to a compatible HDTV.

One more advantage of it would be that you will be able to store your data on high definition disks. So you get enormous storage space on a single disc. It will be able to store, record and play back personal content on high-capacity BD media.One of its drawback is that the FW notebook weights at slightly over six pounds which makes it quite heavy. But so what, it has the world’s first 16.4-inch display which has been constructed with a view that many HD films are shot at 16:9 aspect ratio. So it is an ideal display to watch wide screen movies without any problem.

The extended workspace also lets you view two full websites at once or open two documents side-by-side without tabbing back and forth. It also has an HDMI output connector so you can connect to a high-definition TV set for a larger viewing experience. The notebook is powered by new Intel Centrino 2 technology, the chipset specially designed for sizzling performance, instant system responsiveness and energy efficiency. Some selected unites will have Windows Vista Ultimate pre installed. The notebook is equipped with plenty of slots, ports and jacks, including a Memory Stick media/SD card slot, three USB ports, an i.LINK IEEE-1394 port, microphone and headphone jack, and a 34mm Express Card slot making it easy to transfer files from external devices.

The notebook will also come with three entertainment software’s which will allow users to create there own HD videos, burn them as well as stream content over a wireless connection. The Standard FW models will start from $1,000 upwards, while the premium model will start from $1,750. It will be available later this month.

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