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Thursday, September 04, 2008
Sony's New Blu-ray Desktop PCs

Merging high PC performance with slim stylish LCD panels, Sony today introduced three new all-in-ones? the VAIO JS, LV and RT desktop models.

Casual Computing/ Affordably Priced

The VAIO JS All-in-One desktop chassis sits directly on your desk complete with a storage space for your keyboard.

Equipped with a 20.1-inch (diagonal) LCD display, the JS model features Sony?s own XBRITE-ECO LCD technology for sharp images in crisp detail.

An optional Blu-ray Disc ROM optical drive is available for the JS model, allowing users to watch e HD content or check out exclusive movie previews and downloads utilizing BD-Live.

The unit incorporates an integrated microphone and web cam, with face-tracking technology.

The JS model boasts powerful desktop computing while curbing energy consumption and noise. It comes pre-installed with Windows Vista?Home Premium operating system.

The VAIO JS All-in-One model comes in black, silver and pink and starts at around $1,000.

Power-Packed HD Entertainment

Featuring a floating mirror design, the VAIO LV High-Definition PC/TV serves as an entire entertainment hub.

It is equipped with a 24-inch (diagonal) WUXGA (1920x1200) widescreen high-definition display, with Sony?s original XBRITE-FullHD LCD technology.

Most LV models feature a slot-in Blu-ray Disc optical drive. A rewritable BD drive for recording, storing and playing back personal content on high-capacity BD media is available.

The PC offers a 1TB of storage allowing users to create a personal entertainment library with up to 100 hours of HD television.

An industry-unique-feature in an all-in-one PC, the LV model features a 1080p capable HDMI input so it can be connected to a compatible HD cable box, satellite receiver or PLAYSTATION 3 computer entertainment system via a single cable.

The LV model comes with the choice of Windows Vista Home Premium or Vista Ultimate operating systems.

The LV model is equipped with wireless LAN and an integrated power supply allowing the unit to be cleanly mounted on a wall. A wireless keyboard with a built-in touchpad, mouse and remote control are included.

Video-Editing Powerhouse

The VAIO RT High Definition Studio is a one-stop-shop handling all the high-definition video-editing needs on a single machine.

Its 25.5-inch (diagonal) LCD display, featuring XBRITE-FullHD LCD technology, and Blu-ray optical drive enables users to play, record and edit HD video in 1080p resolution.

In addition to the built-in digital TV tuners, an HDMI In port lets users connect compatible HD cable and satellite boxes. An HDMI output has also been included, letting users connect to an external LCD display or HDTV to expand their workspace.

The RT series incorporates Intel Core 2 Quad processors, up to 8GB of RAM and a terabyte hard drive. It is equipped with a high-speed eSATA port, for extra storage, and a CompactFlash slot.

The unit comes pre-installed with Windows Vista Ultimate operating system. A wireless keyboard with integrated touchpad and mouse are included. It is also equipped with a built-in power supply.

The VAIO LV High-Definition PC/TV will start at around $1,600 while the VAIO RT High-Definition Studio PC will go for about $3,300. All three series will be available online at starting in mid-October.

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