The new VAIO Z Series notebook has been announced by Sony. This new version by Sony include Thunderbolt powered media dock and the company is using USB connector instead of a Displayport connector. The new Z series includes light body weight, which is little more than 1.2 kg and comes with amazing design and smart battery idea.
The company has created this new version keeping in mind for mobile professional who wants better performance and portability. The notebook provides high resolution of 1600×900. This z series is absolute traveller choice because this new notebook gives up to 14hr battery life with high-speed charge.
The performance of VAIO Z Series is taken to new extremes by the unique Power Media Dock2, a monolithic expansion module that links with VAIO via an optical cable. The proprietary port can also be used to attach regular USB devices to VAIO when it’s not docked.
Featuring high-speed I/O data transfer based on the architecture codenamed ‘Light Peak’, Power Media Dock boosts graphics performance while adding numerous extra connectivity options. It includes an optical drive for even greater business productivity and satisfying HD entertainment. The module comes supplied with a stylish design-matched stand.
With Power Media Dock added, VAIO Z can manage up to four displays (including the notebook screen) via HDMI™ and/or VGA output ports. In this configuration, VAIO Z makes a compelling choice for design, finance and science professionals who need to work across several screens simultaneously. New-generation AMD Radeon HD graphics with 1GB VRAM effortlessly handle demanding graphics tasks, from 3D CAD to gaming.
When docked, connectivity options are boosted by additional USB ports plus VGA and HDMI outputs. Power Media Dock also sports an optical drive bay that can be specified with a Blu-ray Disc™ or SuperMulti combo drive. Games and movies on DVD or Blu-ray Disc sound as good as they look with latest Dolby® Home Theater® v4.
The new Sony VAIO Z Series PCs will be available for sale by the end of July 2011. For more information check the link below.
[ Via presscentre.sony.eu, iClarified ]