Available from May, the Vaio E Series 14in and 17in models are based on Intel's latest Core processors, and feature a dedicated web button that lets users browse without having to start Windows, as well as the Vaio Assist button to help users experiencing problems with their computer.
The 14in model, otherwise known by the catchy tag Vaio VPCEA1Z1E, is available in white, pink, blue, green or glossy black, and features a 1,600 x 900 widescreen display with LED backlight for a colourful, high-contrast view of movies and digital photos, according to Sony.
It is based on the 2.13GHz Core i3-330M processor and weighs 2.35Kg.
Meanwhile, the 17in Vaio VPCEC1S1E is available only in black or white and is based on the 2.26GHz Core i5-430M processor. It supports full HD (1,920 x 1080) video and weighs from 3.3Kg.
Both have 4GB of DDR3 memory, a 500GB hard drive and a Blu-ray optical drive, and ship with Windows 7 Home Premium and ATI Mobility Radeon 5000 series graphics.
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