Sony's first Blu-Ray Laptop appears
Sony has made it tradition to announce similar gadgets to Apple’s on the same day, or a few days after. And with the Macbook being released today, Sony stayed faithful to it’s tradition and introduced today their new flagship model with a Blu-Ray Burner, which I think will be the first ever seen (on a laptop).
I wish Sony would decide to put a slot-in drive for disks instead of the normal ones, but still, I must admit this model is a definite improvement over their current A series laptop. As for the specs:
17″ screen, a Core Duo T2500 (2Ghz), an NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600 GT with 256MB that allows a 1920×1080 resolution (perfect for Full HD) and 200GB of HDD space (2x100GB in RAID 0).
Whether you find it more beautiful or not than the new MacBooks is a matter of taste, but with whichever laptop you choose in the end you’re certain to make an impression in that upcoming meeting.