Sony unveils two-tone Vaio K series notebooks

Sony unveils two-tone Vaio K series notebooks


Sony will introduce a new K series Vaio notebook with a new slick look. The main seller on this machine is the sharp constrast, crips graphics and amazing colour reproduction during video playback. The K series will have three models, the PCG-K13, PCG-K15, and PCG-K17. All with 802.11b/g WLAN and an ATI Radeon IGP 345M integrated chipsets, connected to a 15in 1024 x 768 LCD.

The entire line of K series notebooks is powered by the latest Intel Pentium 4 processors and sports a suite of Sony multimedia software for creating, managing and sharing music, photos and video. Applications include SonicStage software for managing digital music files and DVgate Plus software with precision editing features for easy-to-use, high quality video editing.

Each also has VAIO Media software, Sony’s simple interface for sharing digital content among PCs and other AV devices on a home network.

Each system comes with hard drives ranging from 40 to 80GB. All come equipped with a variety of ports, including USB 2.0, Memory Stick PRO media slots and i.LINK (IEEE 1394) interfaces for connectivity with a wide spectrum of compatible digital devices.

The PCG-K13 will start around $1400 and the PCG-K17 will for go around $1900 next month in the USA.

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