JAPANESE ELECTRONICS FIRM Sony held a pre-Christmas press event in London today and The INQUIRER got a look at the most recent addition to its Vaio range of laptops, the E11.
Announced late last month, the E11 is a portable 11in laptop aimed at users who want to "stay mobile without sacrificing PC performance".
Powered by an AMD dual-core E2-1800 APU clocked at 1.7GHz, the E Series 11 will come with integrated AMD Radeon HD 7340 graphics, 4GB of memory upgradeable to 8GB and a 500GB SATA hard drive.
The 11.6in Vaio display supports 1366x768 resolution, but the system can drive an external display at up to 1920x1200 via its D-sub or HDMI output ports.
Sony claims the E Series 11 will offer up to six hours of battery life from a single charge. With a weight of 1.5kg, the laptop is heavier than some larger ultrabook models, but weighs 100g less than Sony's own 13in ultrabook, the Vaio T13. µ
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