Sony Vaio E series

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The Sony Vaio E series is a range of consumer-grade laptops manufactured by Sony since 2010. The 14 and 15" laptops are configurable in a choice of bright colors: Passion Purple, Iridescent Blue, Caribbean Green, Coconut White, Hibiscus Pink, Lava Black and Gunmetal Black, while the 17" laptops offer only black or white. There is also a 11.6" version available. [1] Each laptop each features up to 8GB DDR3 RAM, optical drive (DVD burner/Blu-ray player/or Blu-ray burner), Bluetooth functionality, 802.11b/g/n wireless and gigabit ethernet.

Intel laptops[edit]

Each laptop features a dual-core Intel Arrandale Pentium, Core i3, Core i5 or Core i7 CPU (35W TDP chips).

EB Series[edit]

The EB series was launched in February 2010, and features a 15.5" 1366x768 or 1920x1080 LED-backlit screen, up to 640GB hard drive, Intel GMA, ATI Mobility Radeon 5470 or 5650 GPU. The laptop weighs 5.95lbs and has 2.5 hours battery life.

EC series[edit]

The EC series was launched in June 2010, and features a 17.3" 1600x900 or 1920x1080 LED-backlit screen, 320-500GB hard drive, or 2x320GB or 2x500GB drives, ATI Mobility Radeon 5470 or 5650 GPU. The laptop weighs 7.3lbs, and has 4 hours battery life.

AMD laptops[edit]

EE Series[edit]

The EE series is the AMD equivalent to the EB series. It features ATI Mobility Radeon graphics, AMD Champlain Phenom II-based dual core (Athlon II) and triple core (Phenom II) chips (25W TDP).

EF Series[edit]

The EF series is the AMD equivalent to the EC series. It features ATI Mobility Radeon graphics, AMD Champlain Phenom II-based dual core (Athlon II) and triple core (Phenom II) chips (25W TDP).

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