What better opportunity for the Japanese giant to present the news in 2011 than that of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas? And, in fact, a number of proposals, although among these, stands out in particular the new series of VAIO F, equipped with 3D technology used in combination with the known Active Shutter Glasses 3D glasses to fully enjoy multimedia contents for a stereoscopic visual effect engaging.
VAIO F-Series consists of notebooks featuring a 16-inch form factor largely dedicated to entertainment and personal with the ability to play videos in Full HD 1080p resolution and power offered by Intel’s latest generation. The presence of a Blu-ray also confirmed an eminently media. An incredible sensory experience, then, that proposed by Sony, at a launch price of $ 1,700, offers an advanced configuration in every aspect.
The processor is an Intel Core i7-2630QM quad-core 2.0GHz to 2.9GHz comes with Turbo Boost. The system memory of up to 6 GB is divided into banks DDR3 4 GB and 2 GB. The storage data is provided by a 7,200-rpm hard drive and 640 GB of capacity combined, as mentioned, a Blu-ray and a multiformat memory card slot.
The display operates at a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels (FullHD), and type of LED backlight. It is controlled by a powerful Nvidia GeForce GT 540M video card with 1 GB of dedicated memory that belongs to the new line GeForce 500M GT presented at this time at the CES.
A particularly elegant design and the usual attention to quality construction, make the line of Sony VAIO F a true exercise in style characterized by elegance and sobriety. The typical size is equal to 398.5 x 271.5 x 34-75.4 mm. At the same time, the manufacturer also unveiled the new Sony VAIO YA and YB , two 11.6-inch ultraportable on Intel and AMD Calpella Brazos.