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Sony VAIO VGC-LV140


$1,700.00 Released September, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Fully 1080p capable screen resolution. Stylish design is ideal for those who remain uninterested in getting a Mac. Better for those uninterested in gaming or watching Blu-ray movies (still can display the same high definition content and DVDs while making less heat and noise).

The Cons:Getting closer, but still not a mac - and is already more expensive. HDMI in only. Onboard graphics, smaller drives and less powerful processor put it on par with the less expensive albeit less luxurious LS series.

Introduced in early September 2008 at CEDIA, the VAIO VGC-LV140LV is the most basic model in the VAIO LV Series from Sony. Aimed at enthusiasts and those who want the latest technology in a stylish all-in-one enclosure, the Sony VAIO VGC-LV140 includes all that is required for fast computing, content creation, and watching high definition media.

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Featuring an all-in-screen design much like the iMac, the Sony VAIO VGC-LV140 features a 24" screen with full 1080p capable 1920 x 1200 resolution, 4GB of DDR2 800MHz ram, a 320GB 7200rpm drive, and an Intel E7200 processor. The VGC-LV140 model comes with a basic DVD writer and onboard graphics while the two higher end models share NVIDIA GeForce 9300M GS graphics cards (which are capable of playing the latest games albeit at lower resolutions only) and blu-ray drives (the most expensive model comes with a writer). The VGC-LV140 only comes in silver, with a pricetag of $1699.99. See the Sony VAIO LV Series for more information.

Features

  • CPU/RAM: Intel Core 2 Duo E7200, 4GB DDR2 800MHz
  • Display: 24" widescreen LCD (1920 x 1200 ) powered by the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500HD
  • Storage/Optical: 320GB 7200RPM HDD, DVD writer
  • Networking: Atheros Wireless Network Connection (802.11b/g/n), Ethernet, Bluetooth
  • Audio: Built-in Intel High Definition Audio with Dolby Digital Live, 2 x 5.5W speakers (stereo)
  • Expansion: 5 x USB 2.0, 1 x IEEE 1394, Ethernet, S/PDIF connection, HDMI input, Headphone output
  • Dimensions & weight: 25.9"(W) x 18.4"(H) x 6.9"(D) (CPU and Display only), 35.3 pounds

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    fully 1080p capable screen resolution

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    stylish design is ideal for those who remain uninterested in getting a Mac

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    better for those uninterested in gaming or watching Blu-ray movies (still can display the same high definition content and DVDs while making less heat and noise)

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    getting closer, but still not a mac - and is already more expensive

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    HDMI in only

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    onboard graphics, smaller drives and less powerful processor put it on par with the less expensive albeit less luxurious LS series

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