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Tuesday, 25 September 2007 10:52

Sony unveils new Vaio L series

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Three colors, three sizes

 

Sony has launched its new Vaio L desktop series. Unlike last year's models, the new machines feature a far less conventional layout, and frankly, we find it a bit strange.

The fashion machines come in three colors, white, black and pink, and in three sizes, 15.4, 19 and 22". On the hardware side, they're all based on Intel Core 2 Duo CPUs and Intel integrated graphics, but you can also get an Nvidia 8400M GT with some models.

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The wireless keyboard can be attached to the screen, as you can see. We don't know why you would go and do such a thing, but at least this old school touch looks interesting.

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