Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Sony VAIO at Walmart

I think I found my new gadget at Walmart for less than $500. This Intel Pentium B960 Processor has a 4GB of installed system memory DDR3/1333MHz and with a maximum capacity 8GB. It has 500GB (5400 RPM) Serial-ATA hard disk drive which can store movies, important documents and photos on the roomy 500GB hard drive. It has a 15.5" (1366 x 768) widescreen on LED backlight, a bright display with lower power consumption for improved battery life.This laptop can wirelessly connect to the TV by connecting an adapter to a compatible TV. Has a built-in microphone and web camera that offers face tracking technology which allows the camera to automatically adjust and keep you in focus. With just few clicks, VAIO Care software can tune-up your VAIO PC. This beautiful gadget also has a Picture Motion Browser or PMB which makes managing the photos and home videos, so easy.

It also features video stabilization and red-eye removal. This gadget also comes with a Genuine Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium. Using the Media Gallery software, you can create movies and enjoy photos in a whole new way. The Web button provides one touch access to the web. Has a QWERTY keyboard which is very comfortable to use. One more thing, I love this unit because it leaves no fingerprint. The design is awesome with a textured, geometric patterned lid and palm rest. It is artfully crafted which makes it pleasing to the eyes and to the touch. Lastly, it is an Energy Star qualified model which simply means, it provides energy efficiency.

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