Sony Unleashes the VAIO E17 Multimedia Laptop
For crying out loud anent the discontinued performance of Sony’s VAIO F Series, bother not to anymore. Sony just announced the VAIO E17.
VAIO E17 is alerted to be the closest thing it had to a proper multimedia machine since the discontinuance of the Sony VAIO F line. As sounded from the name, the E17 has a 17-inch panel. The system is countenanced at a 1080p screen. The same can be configured with a quad-core Core i7 processor and discrete AMD Radeon HD graphics.
As to further enhancement and advancement especially to espoused its VAIO Touchworld experience, Sony grew partnership with ArtRage to proliferate on its premiere digital arts software. The ArtRage Studio proffer natural painting tools such as oil paints and watercolors, along with utilities to make painting easier for anyone who wants to paint or draw on their computer regardless of skill level.
More so, Sony partnered with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment for the development of the My Daily Clip application. My Daily clip is a fun movie trivia game that lets up to four players to gather around the VAIO and watch a wide range of favorite scenes from Sony Pictures movies and answer trivia questions.
In the interim, Sony also publicized that the existing VAIO E14P is going to be offered with a touch screen at a $100 upgrade rate. These Sony improve are to be released before the end of October. The E14P will be starting at $690 (sans touchscreen) and the E17 out for $730 and up.