Just launched recently are a range of brand new Sony VAIO ultraportable laptops and home entertainment PCs, by no means ultra affordable, and instead we would say on the high end close to luxury, the X Series carbon fiber bodied notebook is definitely worth a look.
The highly anticipated VAIO X Series is the world’s lightest notebook at just 655g, and measures 13.9mm thin making it breathtakingly slim. With an 11.1” X-black widescreen LCD and up to 16 hours of battery life, it is the perfectly balanced package for style-aware business travellers.
The all-in-one VAIO L Series with a high resolution 24” LCD touchscreen (never yet been seen on VAIO PCs) puts HD entertainment at your fingertips. The premium home entertainment PC has a chic, space-saving all-in-one design with intuitive fingertip control that allows you to enjoy your media collection with VAIO’s Media Gallery software.
While we add a few more finishing touches to our review of the Sony NWZ-X1050 – latest OLED equipped X Series Walkman, here are some of the latest hands on pictures we took for our review.
Some of the functions we tested so far as you will see in our massive gallery includes built in internet browser, YouTube, FM radio, photo and video player, music player and also its noise cancelling options.
The new X Series Walkman player NWZ-X1050 by Sony turned up at our door step this morning and boy were we thrilled! So far, the X1050 has definitely lived up to our expectations (and even beyond). Our first impressions for now: its amazing!
We couldn’t help it immediately taking some photos while we unboxed it, so here they are.
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We posted a hands on video about the latest Sony X-series OLED Walkman a few days ago. Although there is no official press release, Pocket-lint and other UK sites are claiming that Sony’s OLED Walkman will arrive UK high streets today. The Sony OLED Walkman will be priced at £209 for the 16GB model and £279 for the 32GB model.
Check out this recent hands on video of the new Sony X Series Walkman from Engadget. We know you all love your OLEDs, the NWZ-X1050 sports OLED touch screen and you will see the difference it makes in the vid below. While it is an evaluation unit (from Japan?), the NWZ-X1050 is now already available in Japan and Asia. We don’t expect there to be much difference when the X1050 eventually arrives here in the UK or the US.
If you’re interrested in finding out about how the X1050’s OLED touchscreen works, hit the jump and check out a graphical material from Sony.
Check out the following video featuring the latest Sony X-Series Walkman, NWZ-X1060 by CNET Asia. Of course one of the most attractive features of the X1060 is OLED, despite this it does have a lower resolution screen compared to that of the iPod Touch. If you are considering this new touchscreen Sony Walkman, its definitely worth checking out, especially the user interace and its navigating menus: