The VAIO FW notebook comes in multiple configurations, including a premium and a standard model. The premium model plays Blu-ray Disc high-definition content like movies in full 1080 HD resolution when connected to a compatible HDTV. It can also record, store and play back personal content on high-capacity BD media.Weighing a little over six pounds, the FW notebook features the worldâ€™s first 16.4-inch display, which combines the benefits of a slightly larger17-inch widescreen with the smaller â€œfootprintâ€ of a 15.4-inch model. These notebooks will have a 16:9 aspect ratio and comes with a HDMI output connector. These run on Intel Centrino 2 processor and the wireless is 802.11n.
Sony VAIO FW Notebooks will have plenty of slots, ports and jacks, including a Memory Stick media/SD card slot, three USB ports, an i.LINK IEEE-1394 port, microphone and headphone jack, and a 34mm ExpressCard slot.
These are going to be available in titanium gray and powder white, the VAIO FW standard model is priced at about $1,000, while the FW premium one will be priced for approx $1,750.
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