Sony brings a notebook with a subwoofer
Sony has now announced a new series of its VAIO notebooks. This is the NV100 series, which are equipped with Intel's Mobile Pentium 4 processor with 1.6 GHz. A representative of this new series is NV109M, which also includes a mini subwoofer.
A NetMD drive is also included in the scope of delivery of the NV109M. The preinstalled SonicStage software also makes managing and compiling your own MDs and CDs child's play. To play music from the hard drive, the supplied mini subwoofer is inserted into the multi-purpose slot instead of the NetMD drive. Together with the integrated stereo speakers, it ensures excellent bass sound when playing audio files and DVDs.
To make it easier for users to get started with the MiniDisc world, Sony also packs an MZ-E501 MD Walkman worth 250 euros free of charge while stocks last, when purchasing a VAIO NV109M notebook. However, these extras, i.e. subwoofer, NetMD drive and MD Walkman, are only included with the NV109M. The also new NV104 notebook of the NV100, however, has to do without these features. In this case, however, the NetMD drive can be purchased as an option. Both notebooks have 256 MB RAM, a 30 GB hard drive and ATis Mobility Radeon 7500 graphics card with 16 MB integrated graphics memory, which shows your images on a 15 inch (NV109M) or a 14.1 inch (NV105) TFT display. p>
The notebooks are available from May for 2800 Euro (NV109M) and 2300 Euro.