The imminent launch of Windows 7, scheduled for October 22 recall, gives wings to computer manufacturers who in turn announced the touch-screen computers. The new operating system introduced actually support native of multi-touch, a feature that its predecessors were not entitled. So now Sony’s turn to announce an all-in-one touch, the Vaio series L.
The Sony Vaio L revolves around a multi-touch screen of 24 inches, displaying a definition Full HD (1920 × 1080 pixels) and a backlight Multi-CCFL lamps less efficient than the LED process that is however becoming democratic. It also overlooks a pair of speakers extra 5.5 watts each.
The software Vaio Gate offers an interface adapted for use on his finger and gives access to functions like Media Gallery or Movie Story, allowing you to organize your photos and make video montages.
Technically, the Vaio L contains in its base configuration an Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 (2.93 GHz and 3 MB cache) for desktop computer, a graphics card NVIDIA GeForce G210M Laptop, 4 GB DDR2 memory, a hard disk of 500 GB and a DVD burner. We find WiFi, Bluetooth and an HDMI input to use the computer as a screen with a games console for example.
A more efficient, with a Core 2 Duo E8400 (3.00 GHz and 6 MB of cache), 512 MB of memory dedicated to graphics card, a recordable Blu-ray and digital TV tuner is also proposed.
The Sony Vaio L will be available mid-November for 70,000 to 95,000 INR depending on the configuration.