Sony Vaio C1Z/B Reviews
Product Type: Sony laptops
Description:Model ID VGN-C1Z/B.G4 / Sony VAIO C1Z/B - Core 2 Duo T5500 / 1.66 GHz - Centrino Duo - RAM 1 GB - HDD 120 GB - DVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM - GF Go 7400 TurboCache supporting 256MB - WLAN : 802.11a/b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 EDR - Win XP MCE 2005 - 13.3" Widescreen TFT 1280 x 800 ( WXGA ) / ... more
Sony Vaio C1Z/B ... With slick lines, and a chic design, the VAIO C Series notebook line is a functional fashion statement merging portability, power and style. Backed by an Intel processor, the VAIO C model also has plenty of power for high-speed computing and an energy-efficient battery life so you can enjoy games, music and movies longer - while away from home.
Weighting in at about five pounds, the VAIO C notebook's lightweight design makes it portable enough to take anywhere. And the model's integrated wireless capabilities will be sure to keep you connected at hotspots and wireless networks - send e-mail from the sofa, share photos while lounging by the pool, or chat with friends from a Starbucks, campus or airport.
The model also serves as a well-equipped home theater away from home. It features a 13.3-inch widescreen display with Sony's original energy-saving technology, so you can enjoy your favorite DVDs in brilliant colors and stunning clarity.
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