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Sony Z Series Laptops Rockin

By January 11, 2010Laptops


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sony vaio z series

CES is like drinking from a firehose.  There simply isn’t enough time to catch everything, let alone communicate.  However, the Sony Z Series laptops really caught the eye.

sony vaio z series side

The Sony Vaio Z Series Signature Collection just looks cool.  This comes in a limited edition brushed metal or carbon fiber chassis.  But the Z series is not just a pretty face.  It packs some serious firepower into that sexy frame.  And while you can’t get the signature collection cases yet, you can get the Z series.  It’s a svelty 13 inch screen, 3.3 lbs dream machine.  It boasts an integrated blu-ray player, Centrino 2 process, up to 8 GB ram, and an Nvidia GeForce 9300M GS chipset.  And running off of standard settings, you can get a nice 7.5 hours out of it.  If you grab the large capacity battery, you can get 11 hours.  Running the blu-ray player with the standard battery will only get you 3.5 hours of use.  Still, pretty nice.  They also have solid state drives for the Vaio Z series, but they seem to be unavailable presently.  The display is 1600 x 900 Resolution with LED backlight.

Looks like the $1800 version will get you the following options:

  • Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor P8800 (2.66GHz)
  • Genuine Microsoft® Windows® 7 Home Premium 64bit
  • Black
  • 250GB SATA Hard Disk Drive (5400rpm)
  • 2GB (2GBx1) DDR3-SDRAM-1066
  • CD/DVD playback/burning
  • No Fresh Start
  • Microsoft® Works
  • No additional Finance Software
  • Norton Internet Security™ 2009 (30 Day Trial)

The video brings some serious drool factor to it:




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