Sony launches in France its first laptop in Intel platform Huron River, the Vaio SB1S1E / W.13.3 inch format, it displays less than 1000 euros with Sandy Bridge processor i5, double the graphics HD6470M Radeon HD 3000 and Intel GMA, a good storage space, a weight content well below 2.0 kg and a range advertised 7 hours.
The Sony Vaio SB1S1E / W is a versatile ultraportable that is aimed at those seeking a compact portable without sacrificing performance.
Built around an Intel HM65, it benefits from the new mobile platform from Intel Huron River and Sandy Bridge processor, the Core i5-2410M. Associated with 4 GB of RAM present, he delivers good performance in multitasking and common use.
Another advantage of this model, the graphical portion assigned to the dedicated graphics card Radeon DirectX 11 HD6470M last generation. This is an entry-level GPU that will play tracks resource-efficient 3D but also to read without concern for HD video.
The graphics Intel GMA 3000 HD integrated processor is also able to correctly read HD videos, ultraportable and automatically determines which of the Intel GMA HD 3000 or Radeon HD6470M is most suited to the need to tilt to one another depending on the tasks performed by the user for greater autonomy or increased performance. This is a system that seems very close to the Optimus technology from Nvidia.