Thursday, April 16, 2009

Sony waio P series notebook

Sony waio P series notebook
In recent era, everything is getting comapct and more comapct. Sony, leading PC manufacturer, has recently launched its most compact notebook which can be carry in one's pocket while on go. This notebook is a symbol of passion and inspiration. It is very compact and lightweight, yet it provides a wide 8-inch wide LCD screen and full-size keyboard for comfortable operation on the go. This notebook uses the SSD technology which leads to low power consumption and toughness against impact. Sony vaio p series notebook does more than you could imagine. It not only offers up to 4 hrs standard power but also offers GPS facility too. This 8- inch notebook is vista supportable which makes it more the it is. This notebook is powered by 1.33GHz Intel processor. Its 8 inch LCD offers 1600 x 768 display. Its memory never can be ended as it consists p to 60GB hard drive and 2GB RAM. This sony vaio notebook is available in an array of crystal-inspired colors like Red, Green, Black and white. Its weight only 1.4 pounds. This also offers offers fast access to the web, email, photos and more. This notebook is powered by some special window arrangement utility which helps user to organise his content properly. The notebook is also equipped with Webcam and microphone. The Sony vaio notebook lets you browse the web in more places with Verizon Wireless Mobile Broadband Built-In. This notebook delivers real-time GPS functionality, featuring detailed maps from Microsoft Streets & Trips software. The diamension of notebook is 9.65"(W) x 0.78"(H) x 4.72"(D). The sony notebook comes with one year limited warranty and one year toll-free 24/7 technical telephone assistance. The box contains VAIO P Series Notebook, Standard Lithium-ion battery, AC Adapter, Power Cable, Noise Canceling Headphone and Display / LAN adapter. The notebook is available in two models Sony VGN-P15G/Q/W/R/G at price of Rs. 64,990 and VGN-P13GH/Q/W Rs. 49,990 in Indian Currency.

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