Today in London in a somewhat understated fashion, Sony released details of its latest Vaio notebook range: the TZ series, aimed predominately at the higher end of the market. Sony Vaio TZ notebook Cast in carbon fibre and sporting an Intel Core 2 Duo U7600 or U7500 processor, the TZ range features a 11.1in WXGA 1366 x 768 …
A new Sony laptop without Blu-ray optical drive, what happened?
Not to mention more cost-cutting with the integrated graphics. Have they been paid off by Intel :-)
no flash HDD?
You obviously haven't tried one of the previous TX/T series... these babies are made for extralong battery life, hence no blueray drive and no discrete graphics which soak up too much energy. Just a shame the japanese option of a 32Gbit flash drive combined with the regular s-ata hdd / dvd drive is missing. Europe gets shafted once again...
Re: no flash HDD?
Sony Style (www.sonystyle.co.uk) lists it with the 32 gig SSD disk as an available option.
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