In addition to the E of 15.5-inch Vaio,Sony is also updating its Vaio notebook series E of 17.3 inches,which now also has the Intel platform Huron River and a dedicatedgraphics card Geforce. This laptop offers the opportunity to quicklyaccess the Internet without having to wait the time of full load ofWindows 7, and this by simply pressing the button located at the webabove the keyboard.

The connection is unlikely to be notchanged one iota over the 17.3-inch Vaio E Intel Calpella platformand storage space can be done by fairly standard hard drives becausethey operate at 5400 r / min and offer capacity more or lessimportant, and standards.


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Standard is a term that describes thecharacteristics of the easy slab that sports a 16:9 format wellsuited to video playback and a resolution of 1600 900.Damage alsono option to Full HD resolution is present because it would havedirect benefit on the PC of HD offered by Blu-ray media that can beread by the optical drive optional .

In all cases, as part of an office typeuse, internet surfing, multitasking and HD video playback, thisnotebook delivers good performance with its basic configuration builtaround a Core i3-2310M, the 4 GB of RAM and a portion Intel GMA 3000HD integrated into Sandy Bridge CPU.