Sony refreshes VAIO RM Desktop and FE notebook

May 17, 2007
Sony refreshes VAIO RM Desktop and FE notebook

With Santa Rosa on the horizon and processors price cuts from Intel, many manufacturers feel a little upgrade could help their products lineup handles Windows Vista better.

Today, Sony upgrades two systems on its computer lineup. The VAIO RM desktop now uses Intel’s updated Core 2 Duo that sports 4MB of level 2 cache at 1.8Ghz as its base configuration. GeForce 8600GTS is also now available as an options. The system starts at $1,574.

Sony also upgrades its 15.5-inch Sony VAIO FE laptop, from 1.7Ghz Celeron M to 1.86Ghz. The FE laptop also gets memory upgrades to 1GB and largest harddrive capacity to 100GB. It is available in Japan on May 26th retailing at $1,367.

Sony speeds up VAIO RM desktop, FE notebook [via electronista]

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