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Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Sony Launches New Y Series Notebook


Sony today announced two new notebooks of its Vaio Y Series line-up.

The VPCYA19FJ series will be available in Japan in two versions, the VPCYA19FJ/B and the VPCY219FJ/S.

The VPCYA19FJ/B is powered by an Intel Core i3-330UM (1.33GHz) CPU, comes with a 11.6" display (1366 x 768) and a 320GB HDD. The VPCY219FJ/S is equipped with an Intel Core i3-330UM (1.20GHz), it has a 13.3" widescreen (1366 x 768) and a 500GB HDD.

Both models come with Windows 7 Home Premium 64, chiclet keyboards, 2GB (2GB ? 1) of RAM, Intel HD graphics card, W-LAN (BGN), webcam, Bluetooth, Vaio Care and Office Home and Business 2010 preloaded.

The notebooks have a a battery life of up to 6 hours.

Prices start from around 110 000 yen 980 Euros.



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