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IT Show 2010 Coverage - Part 2

By Team HardwareZone - 12 Mar 2010

Sony's Booth - Part 2

Sony's Booth - Part 2

If you want a cheaper VAIO E, the VAIO E VPCEB15FG at $1,399 is definitely a deal. It shares the same processor and RAM of the previous model but sports a slower discrete graphics ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470, and no Blu-ray drive.

If you've always wanted a notebook that you can squeeze into your slightly large pocket, then Sony's VAIO P at $1,599 with an Intel Atom Z540 (1.86GHz) and 64GB SSD drive should get you interested.

Besides high end premium notebooks, Sony does manufacturer netbooks too, and the VAIO W is evidence of this. For $899, you'll get the standard 10.1-inch netbook with the Intel Atom N450, 250GB HDD and Sony's pretty design, of course.

If you just want a Blu-ray player for playing back your Blu-ray discs, then Sony has the thing for you with the BDP-S360 that's intended for folks on a budget. At $329, this player has scored a Gold HWM award and comes with the late King of Pop's Blu-ray title, This Is It, and a HDMI cable.

If you're buying Sony's Blu-ray player, then you'll need something to watch yeah? So pop by this wall of Blu-ray discs and grab 3 new titles for just $60.

While they aren't for sale yet, Sony has a 3DTV on display that interested consumers can check out.

 

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