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Blue-ray is here, so is the Sony VAIO AR190G
As years pass, technology progresses. As technology progresses, new data storing methods are invented every day. Compact discs where a great achievement, but nobody seems to care about that nowadays; With DVDís we can achieve storing a lot more than 10 times the data of a compact disc in exactly the same physical dimensions. Well, what am I telling you? Again, thatís really old news. Nowadays, with Blu-ray technology you can store up to 50 GB of data in the same physical dimensions as a CD or a DVD! Yes, itís true. Blu-ray technology is definitely the future and if you want to be on the cutting-edge of the technology you will certainly need to be equipped with a laptop that takes advantage of it. Well, Sony has something very interesting to propose, the Sony VAIO AR190G.
The brand new AR190G is equipped with a Blu-ray drive witch will not only operate with Blu-ray but it will also serve as a CD/DVD recorder! With the vast amount of data that a Blu-ray disc can store you can watch some of the most hi-res videos you have ever seen in your life. A limited number of Hollywood movies is already available on the market in Blu-ray format and if you want to live the maximum viewing experience then you can link your laptop to your high definition home cinema TV!
Another candy that the AR190G features is the extremely powerful Nvidia GeForece Go 7600 GT graphics card with 256MB of ram! This brutal little chip, along with a 17Ē widescreen (1290x1200, XBrite + HiColor technology) will definitely give you a shocking experience while watching multimedia on your laptop.
The heart of the AR190G is the 2 GHz Intel Duo Core T2500 processor backed up with 1GB of DDR2 RAM. Additionally, if Blu-ray discs are not enough for you, you can always use the 100GB hard disk drive of your laptop.
Finally, the AR190G comes with a built-in camera, 2 speakers (integrated) a microphone and a remote controller. Regarding connectivity, the AR90G is equipped with FireWire and S-Video ports as well as Memory card slots and a coaxial cable. With all that said, I believe that the only thing that is left to discuss about is the price; well, the AR190G is not the type of laptop you will see everyday. I wouldnít consider it overpriced but it certainly canít be afforded by everybody.
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