The Sony VAIO E is derived from an Intel Core i5-520M 2.4-GHz processor with Intel Turbo Boost technology which vigorously permits the CPU to overclock to able to 2.93GHz.
In addition, the Sony VAIO E has characteristics like 4GB of DDR3 RAM, 320GB HD and onboard Intel GMA HD graphics not a bunch of basic hardware building blocks if evaluated to the Lenovo IdeaPad Y550, Dell Inspiron 14-1464 or Acer Aspire 5740 laptops. Except for all the normal input-output ports and a DVD writer, the VAIO E also contains Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity.
One of the USB ports on the Sony VAIO E opportunely increases up as an eSATA port a trend we're considering ever more adopted by laptop makers. The VAIO E also has characteristics as an ExpressCard slot, an SDHC card reader and Sony's proprietary MagicGate Memory Stick Duo reader. Inadequately, regardless of its mainstream, all function billing, the Sony VAIO E doesn't have enthusiastic graphics card.