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Sony Unveils New Laptop Lineup

And so it begins – the back-to-school season is here once again and thus, Sony decided to surprise their fans by renewing their mainstream series of laptops. We have to be honest – this comes as unexpected event simply because many people thought Sony will wait a little bit more taking under consideration the fact that Intel has recently launched Haswell. At least it is a good think that in the next few weeks we will witness lots PC markers unveiling their new lineups.

However, we want to pay more detailed attention to Sony’s devices because as usual they are great. If you have owned VAIO at least once for now, then there is a high change for you not to want to change it for any other brand. Sony has always been paying special attention to the detail and this is why all their computers look more than great.


Once again – the back-to-school season begins and even though some students are still working on their final exams, we are more than sure that in a month or two an urge for a new laptop will occur. This is at least how Sony sees the things and due to this fact they announced they will refresh their mainstream devices. The first thing that attracted our attention was the fact that they will go by new name – “Fit”. Those computers are believed to replace the well-known and current E-series and some of the T-series as well. People looking for low-end laptops will not be forgotten as well – FIT 15E and FIT14E are going to be made if plastic, so we can ensure you that their price will not be that high.

However, if you want to buy FIT15 or FIT14 there is good news – the laptops can be equipped with SSD hard drive upon request. There are some specifications that are believed to be characterized for all devices – backlit keyboards, 1080p displays, Exmor R webcams which are dealing great in low-light conditions and NFC. The FIT15 model can be bought for 700$ initial price which can be increased in case you want to add SSD and other features. The other Fit-series start from 550$.

Mike is a software engineer with a love for tinkering with smart phone devices. He spends a lot of time moving pictures to his SD card, because the Android keeps running out of memory. In his spare time, he travels to different parts of the world and takes one of his Android devices with him.


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