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Sony Vaio Laptops: C Series

I've always like the Sony Viao line of laptops, and computers. They're built rather well, have good technical support, and have really cool styling. The only downside, for me, is that they're a bit pricey... too pricey for me. That being said, I'd like to introduce the Sony Viao C series, the only series made by Sony that features a neon green laptop.
**Starting at $729.99 (US)**

here are some of the highlights.

Crafted from a special light-catching material, the VAIO® C Series laptops appear to glow with energy (Neon Green, Neon Red and Neon Orange only). The modern lines shine as the edges of the touchpad, VAIO logo and lid radiate light. Destined to turn heads wherever you go, you'll have the ultimate stunner, whether it's the 14" or 15.5" screen size. The C Series is available in six colors: Bolt Black, Lightning White, Neon Green, Neon Red, Neon Orange and Thunder Blue.

Packing the latest 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processors, the C Series is primed to deliver remarkable performance with enhanced visual prowess. Special built-in HD visual technology enhances your entertainment experience, and with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, it's intelligent enough to increase or decrease power automatically for maximized battery life

Pre-installed on Signature Collection C Series laptops, the Sony Imagination Studio™ Suite 2 VAIO® Edition combines five powerful Sony applications for easily enhancing and sharing your music, photos, and movies. Turn your video shoots into Hollywood-style movies. Make your own original music tracks or create remixes and mash-ups of your favorite songs. You can even burn your videos to DVD or Blu-ray Disc™ media (select models) to share with your family and friends.

Armed with a powerful AMD Radeon™ HD graphics card with up to 1GB VRAM, select C Series laptops handily render intense HD video and large files without placing huge demands on the CPU. You'll especially appreciate the added oomph when editing projects in Sony Imagination Studio Suite. To put it simply, this laptop tackles any task with blazing speed and efficiency.

Experience videos, photos and online content from your laptop on your HDTV. Select C Series laptops feature Intel®Wireless Display technology, which lets you wirelessly stream your content on a grand scale with amazing clarity. Just set up the adapter (sold separately) and your compatible HDTV and view media from your hard drive, home network or the internet on the big screen


  1. loving it...but as you said too damn pricey


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