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Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Sony's Ultralight Blu-ray Notebooks


Sony today took the wraps off<

Select models play Blu-ray Disc movies in full HD 1080p resolution when connected to a compatible HDTV. These units can also record, store and play back personal content on high-capacity BD media.

It features an 11.1-inch widescreen display (measured diagonally) with Sony's XBRITE-DuraView LCD technology, delivering 100 percent color saturation for a wide range of vibrant colors. Sony claims that this technology also produces a brighter screen thanks to an energy-efficient white LED backlight so you can view photos in crystal-clear resolution.

The display is ideal for Blu-ray Disc movies. Since many HD films are shot using a 16:9 aspect ratio, the unit's extra-wide LCD is constructed with the same dimensions. This minimizes the black bars that typically appear, letting users view movies in their intended format.



For those who prefer to watch content on a big screen television, the TT model also has an HDMI output connector.

The notebook is also equipped with Intel Centrino 2 processor.

Select VAIO TT notebooks feature a dual channel 256GB (128GB X 2) solid state drive (SSD) with RAID technology.

The PC integrates wireless Wide Area Network (WAN) technology provided by the Sprint Mobile Broadband Network and its latest mobile network technology, EV-DO Revision A. For this, a separate Sprint service subscription is required.

The notebook comes with the choice of Windows Vista Home Premium, Vista Business and Vista Ultimate operating systems. Windows XP Professional is also available on select models.

All models are ENERGY STAR 4.0 compliant, hold an EPEAT Silver ranking and incorporates such eco-conscious features as a mercury-free LED backlit LCD.

The TT model starts at $2,000. The BD version will go for about $2,700, while the SSD model (128GB) for around $2,750. It is available in a premium carbon black, silk black, champagne gold and crimson red.

The VAIO TT notebooks will be available online at www.sonystyle.com/pr/tt. They will also be sold at Sony Style stores, and U.S. retailers starting this fall.


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