This is the New Sony Vaio YB Series Notebook!
Sony’s recent developments of notebooks are known to be one of the most expensive in the town. It has grabbed AMD’s new portable-friendly APU. This new Sony netbook has gone to town with a design set to win our hearts and minds. If you don’t have any idea about this powerful notebook, then let me introduce you to Sony Vaio YB Series. This light-weight ultra-portable design weighs in between a netbook and a full-power notebook.
This portable notebook uses the AMD Processor E-350 with AMD Radeon HD 6310 Discrete-Class Graphics. The E-350 has a dual-core “Bobcat” design running at 1.6GHz and 1MB of L2 cache combined with the 80 graphics cores of the Radeon 6310 design running at 500MHz. The APU is tied to the system with a Hudson M1 chipset providing system IO. The Vaio YB also integrates an 11.3in LCD with a resolution of 1,366 x 768 that meets the pixel count requirements for 720p HD content.
The YB’s display also has an extremely high-gloss finish that gives the display an extremely clear and sharp aspect, only that you must avoid the direct reflection of sunlight. The system also includes a 500GB hard disk drive, 802.11bgn from Atheros and an “Assist” button on the top of the chassis, which loads help software or system recovery software as needed.
In addition, this notebook has up to six hours of battery life. Its system is more than capable of dealing with internet tasks and basic business tasks like email, word processing, spread sheeting, very basic picture editing, resizing and so on.
Truly, Sony Vaio is another slick design by Sony that will surely capture the market’s trend.
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