After introducing Sony’s VAIO Tap 20 PC, and its slider hybrid, the VAIO Duo 11 Ultrabook , combining innovative hardware designs with rich touch experiences powered by Windows 8 in Japan slightly more than a week earlier. Now Sony introduces its first mobile Tabletop PC for the U.S. market. Sony introduced VAIO S series, T series and E series in that release event. Among the newly launched PCs, VAIO E series is a remarkable one.
VAIO Tap 20 is a family tabletop PC designed to take advantage of the intuitive ease of Windows 8. VAIO Tap 20 comes with a choice of apps that are optimized for responsive 10-point multi-touch operation, including Fingertapps Organizer, a calendar app for family members to communicate digitally via posted to-do lists and recorded messages and videos.
Slim and light, VAIO Duo 11 weighs approximately 2.84 lbs. and features an 11.6-inch screen. Featuring an LCD display and backlit keyboard, the VAIO Duo 11 is available on latest-generation Intel Core Processor for maximum productivity. VAIO Duo 11 makes it easy to crop photos and graphics with Active Clip developed by Sony.
The VAIO E Series family is an excellent portable companion for students and everyday users. Having Sony‘s signature wrap around design, the E Series now includes a touchscreen enabled aluminum E Series 14P model with signature VAIO diamond cut logo as well as a new E17. This E 17 has a 17-inch model with a Full HD Display (1920 x 1080) with clear high contrast displays. The VAIO E 17 has a 1080p screen, and can be configured with an Intel quad-core Core i7 processor and discrete AMD Radeon HD graphics. Meanwhile, Sony also announced that it’s going to offer the existing VAIO E14P with a touch screen. Sony provides other models like 11-inch, and 15-inch models as well
The E17 will be available in black and white models at $729.99. The VAIO E14 and E11 are at $449.99. The E14 will be available in black, white and pink colors but there is no option for choosing pink color in E11.