Sony reveals Vaio E Series 14P laptops

By Esat Dedezade on Apr 11, 2012 8:06 AM
Filed under Mobility

With a splash of colour.

Sony has unveiled a colourful new range of Vaio E Series 14P laptops for those looking to break out of the monotonous silver-grey notebook jungle.

The new 14in Vaio E Series laptops feature more than just three fresh new colours however. Kinect-like gesture control is on the cards, allowing you to use hand movements to flick through photos, control music playback and navigate web sites.

Audio-wise the new Sony Vaio E Series 14P serves up xLOUD and Clear Phase tech to boost volume levels without distortion, and a back-lit keyboard, large multi-touch trackpad and seven hour battery life round off the rest of the spec sheet rather nicely.

If you fancy wrapping your hands around Sony's latest chic notebook offerings then you can pick one up from the end of June in the colour of your choice.

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