Sony Europe has unveiled a new addition to its E Series VAIO laptop duration that permits users to flick for the duration of web pages, play music and tweak volume by waving a hand in front of the unit’s webcam. The 14-inch VAIO 14P too portions a backlit keyboard for twilight hours typing, a USB charging port to remain mobile devices topped up, and both discrete and integrated HD graphics.
The new Sony VAIO E Series 14P is powered by an Intel Core i3-2350M processor running at 2.3GHz on an Intel HM76 Express Chipset, that is supported by 4GB of DDR3 1333MHz SDRAM memory and 500GB of 5400 RPM HDD storage. As the and cr is able to suggest, it positives from a 14-inch VAIO Display at 1366 x 768 resolution and 16:9 aspect, amidst onscreen action provided that by AMD Radeon HD 7670M graphics among 1GB of dedicated VRAM memory and integrated Intel HD Graphics 3000.
The approach automatedly switches between the two, depending on detected want for efficient power use.Other power-saving parts store a DVD SuperMulti optical impel which powers downward utterly when not in use, and a backlit chiclet style keyboard that is activated by an ambient sunbeams sensor, the latter in addition dimming the unit’s rating in low pale circumstances to preserve power.
Users can pick to enjoy Dolby Home Theater v4 audio performance via headphones or the included stereo speakers, or switch to the exclusive xLOUD and Clear Phase audio technologies that are assumed to develop volume without distorting the output.
Connectivity is taken service of by two USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0 ports (one of the latter doubling as a charging port), a media card reader slot, HDMI out, 802.11b/g/n WLAN and Bluetooth 4.0 additonally HS. The touchpad has gesture validation and the handed out Li-ion battery can extend up to seven hours of use between charges.
The headline grabber for such Windows 7 machine, however, is the ability to interact provided the new E Series VAIO paying for hand movements picked up by the laptop’s 1.31 megapixel HD Web Camera powered by Exmor for PC. Sony argues too Gesture Control functionality is already supported by Windows Media Player, Internet Explorer 9, PowerPoint and PowerDVD.