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Tuesday, April 03, 2007
Sony Released Graphic Splash Edition VAIO C and FE Notebooks


Users can embrace the season and their individual style with these fashion-forward dye-sub graphic patterns created exclusively by the Sony Design Center.

VAIO "Graphic Splash Edition" designs will include:

- Pink Blossom (C Series)/ Charcoal Blossom (FE Series)
- Dots Black and White
- Weathered Red (C Series)/ Weathered Blue (FE Series)
- Dots Brown and Turquoise


Both models are empowered with Intel Core 2 Duo processors, DVD-RW drives, built-in 802.11 a/b/g wireless LAN technology and astunning widescreen LCD display featuring Sony's XBRITE technology (C Series 13.3"; FE Series 15.4").

The VAIO C "Graphic Splash Edition" notebooks start at about $1,250 while the FE models start at about $1,000.


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