Sony intros new business-minded VAIO BX51 laptop

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Donald Melanson
September 12, 2007 3:38 PM
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Sony intros new business-minded VAIO BX51 laptop
Sony looks to be keeping its business customers in Europe well supplied with new VAIOs, with it today introducing yet another update to its BX Series, this one finally taking things into Santa Rosa territory. As with previous models in the line, the BX51 boasts a 15.4-inch 1280 x 800 " X-black" display, but it ups the processor to a 2GHz T7250 Core 2 Duo, which gets backed up by 2GB of RAM, a 120GB hard drive, and the usual range of Santa Rosa-related features. You'll also be able to get your choice of Windows XP Professional, which comes standard on the VGN-BX51XP model, or Windows Vista Business, which comes pre-loaded on the VGN-BX51VN model. That latter model also adds built-in Bluetooth, a 1.3 megapixel "Motion Eye" webcam, and a slightly more spacious 160GB hard drive. Look for both to be available in Europe by the end of the month, setting you back €1,120 or €1,350 depending on the configuration (roughly $1,600 to $1,880).
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