Sony VAIO VGC-LV150
Released September, 2008
The Pros:Fully 1080p capable screen resolution. Plays the latest optical media. Includes a graphics card for superior 3D and high definition performance.
The Cons:Mobile video card is underpowered for gaming. Getting closer, but still not a mac - and is already more expensive. HDMI in only.
Introduced in early September 2008 at CEDIA, the VAIO VGC-LV150LV is the middle 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-LV150 includes all that is required for fast computing, content creation, watching high definition media and even light gaming.
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Featuring an all-in-screen design much like the iMac, the Sony VAIO VGC-LV150 features a 24" screen with full 1080p capable 1920 x 1200 resolution, 4GB of DDR2 800MHz ram, a 500GB 7200rpm drive, and an Intel E7200 processor. The VGC-LV150 model also comes with a Blu-ray drive and Nvidia 9300M GS powered graphics (with 256MB of dedicated VRAM). The VGC-LV150 only comes in silver, with a pricetag of $1899.99. See the Sony VAIO LV Series for more information.
- CPU/RAM: Intel Core 2 Duo E7200, 4GB DDR2 800MHz
- Display: 24" widescreen LCD (1920 x 1200 ) powered by the Nvidia 93000M GS (256MB of dedicated VRAM)
- Storage/Optical: 500GB 7200RPM HDD, Blu-ray drive
- 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
User Reviews (3)
fully 1080p capable screen resolution
plays the latest optical media
includes a graphics card for superior 3D and high definition performance
stylish design is ideal for those who remain uninterested in getting a Mac
an understandable step up in price for those who desire the Blu-ray drive and added drivespace/graphics power
mobile video card is underpowered for gaming
getting closer, but still not a mac - and is already more expensive
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