Sony VAIO FE Intel Core Duo based notebooks

Posted on Thursday, Jan 05 2006 @ 21:21 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Sony launched its new VAIO FE notebook series at CES 2006 today. This series features Intel's new dual-core mobile Core Duo processor (codenamed Yonah), the Intel PM945 chipset, a 15.4-inch widescreen and NVIDIA's PCI Express GeForce Go 7400 GPU.

The laptop also features a built-in camera, headset and microphone. This Skype-enabled laptop allows for video chat and videoconferencing and the added Bluetooth 2.0 function ensures a connection to your Bluetooth headset, telephone and other Bluetooth enabled devices.

This combines Sony AV-IT applications and Microsoft Works with the latest Adobe products including Photoshop Elements 4.0 software, Premiere Elements 2.0 software and Acrobat Elements 7. As a result of this new software package, picture, music and especially video libraries can get quite large, which is why the standard hard disk size for the FE-series is a full 100GB. For the more ambitious, the VGN-FE11S has a 160GB HDD.

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