NEC offers their new high end notebook, the LaVie C LC950/HJ, which is Windows Vista compatible. Powered by a 2GHz Core 2 Duo T7200, this notebook provides a Blu-Ray player, an HDMI port, a Radeon X1600 graphic card, and a 15.4 inch display with a 1280×800 resolution. No word yet on pricing and availability.
Pocket Lint wrote a review of VAIO VGN-AR11S:
An Intel Core Duo T2500 processor, which is a dual-core processor running each core at 2GHz and supported by a gigabyte of DDR2 memory means you editing as well as running Hi-Def footage isn’t too much of a chore and following on with the dual theme, you’ll even find a pair of 100GB hard drives so storage isn’t a problem either. Graphics are handled by the Nvidia GeForce Go 7600 GT chip, which is a powerful mainstream solution that will more than handle your gaming needs. High-speed networks can be accessed via 802.11a/b/g Wi-Fi and Gigabit Ethernet. Enhancing multimedia use, an HDMI-out port can be used to connect to external high-definition displays, and a Dolby 7.1 digital out can link to amplifiers for full surround sound.
Feature includes two integrated speakers, built-in camera and microphone, FireWire port, S-Video port, Memory card slots, coaxial cable, remote control, and DVI adapter. Via Pocket Lint.
Be on the lookout for the upcoming release of Sony’s 17-inch AR Series Blu-ray Vaio laptop. Sony has placed a price tag of $3,600 for their AR series Blu-ray Vaio laptop. Full list after the jump. Via Notebook Review.
These are pictures of the what has been said to be Sony’s future Mobile PC called the UX. It features a stylish exterior and sleek keyboard system. The UX also features Bluetooth support, Wi-Fi, an integrated Motion-Eye camera, full QWERTY keypad, Memory Stick reader, and Blu-ray compatibility. Check back with us in the weeks to come for more information. Via jkOntheRun