The pretty and powerful Sony VAIO 2010 models
I attended an intimate gathering hosted by Sony Philippines last June 9, 2010. We got acquainted with the newest members of the Sony VAIO family over a lovely dinner (dinner details and food shots to be posted separately).
You've got to admit, the Sony VAIO is the epitome of style where computers are concerned. From the logo to the sleek outer shell and keyboard set-up, it just screams style, style, and more style. If it were a person it would be a supermodel.
I was particularly enamored with the Sony VAIO P, a cute and tiny little powerhouse with 1.86 GHz of processing power and 2GBs of RAM.
You can even read an e-book on the Sony VAIO P. The display automatically adjusts depending on how you hold it or position it.
The Sony VAIO P actually resembles a ladies' purse when closed. It's so thin and portable it can easily fit in your bag or jacket pocket. It also has 2 USB ports on its tiny frame. The price you have to pay for all this? The Sony VPCP115KG/D will set you back P59,999.
Another surprise unveiled that night was the Sony VAIO E (pictured above). What's so special about this plain matte black laptop? It's Sony's most affordable laptop ever. It's equipped with a 1.86g GHz Intel Processor, 2GBs of RAM, 320 GBS of HD space, and a DVD-RW drive. It's a full laptop, not a netbook. The only downside is it's big, with a monitor size of 14". The Sony VAIO E retails for P39,999.
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