April 25 news, with the release of the Intel processor, the major manufacturers all are upgrading their products. Sony’s new VAIO E Series 14P notebook also got a new upgrade which includes Ivy Bridge processor chip, high-resolution screen and a new HD7000 series graphics cards.
According to the latest news from Sony Australian, this notebook chip update from Intel Core i3 to Ivy Bridge Core i7-3612QM, the 14-inch screen resolution increase from 1366 x 768 to 1600x 900 and the graphics will be upgraded to a AMD Radeon HD 7670M and Intel HD Graphics 4000 which.
A feature of this notebook is support gesture function which is similar with the similar Kinect: when in the use of IE9 and Windows Media Player, users can control the forward, backward or to the choice of music through gestures.
But unfortunately, this hardware upgrade will only appear on the black and white VAIO E Series 14P notebook, pink products have been excluded which could lead to a lot of women like pink user frustration. The current price of this notebook in Australia is 1500 Australian dollars.