Sony’s VAIO notebooks are probably the most popular choice for a lot of people out there and this time, the company has a new series coming in several color choices, that are meant to attract attention through a fashionable design as well as high performance.
The Sony VAIO E Series 14P is now in and brings to the table a few note-worthy features with it, such as Gesture Control support with the aid of the 1.3 megapixel Exmor HD webcam. The Gesture Control feature will allow users to control their notebook by moving their hands in front of the webcam. This technology most of the time means improved security in combination with other features such as Face Detection and Face Recognition.
The Sony VAIO E Series comes with a 14-inch screen and 1366×768 HD resolution and is powered by Intel’s second generation i3 processor. The Core i3-2350M processor is aided by 4GB of DDR3 RAM, leading to a seamless experience with the E Series 14p.
Despite the problems Sony had lately losing $6.4 billion and firing more than ten thousand employees, the Sony VAIO E Series is meant to bring back some momentum for the company, and by the looks of it, it might do just that.
Pricing and availability for the Sony VAIO E Series 14p notebook is yet to be announced.