Sony has just unveiled several Vaio systems all based on Intel's new Sandy Bridge processors, including a 'prosumer' 13in laptop, an all-in-one system with touch-screen, and consumer models with light-emitting cases.
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The next image is the Vaio S series, which ships with Windows 7 Professional and is available in a more sober black or silver case options.
The Vaio L series is integrated into a 24in LCD monitor, with a touch-screen for input. It also has touch controls in the surrounding bezel.
Finally, the Vaio F series was actually announced in January. It has a screen that can switch between 2D and 3D gaming modes, the latter of which requires the player to wear special glasses.
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