Saturday, August 12, 2006
The VAIO FE Notebook features an Intel Core Duo processor for outstanding multi-tasking performance. It also boasts hardware solutions to power you through your most demanding tasks, including a super-fast 5400rpm Serial ATA hard drive and advanced DDR2 memory for ultra high-speed computing with low power consumption.
The VAIO FE Notebook features a wider, brighter 15.4" widescreen display with XBRITE HiColor LCD technology, Sony's most advanced display technology yet. Screen movies with extraordinary color purity and saturation, even in the bright light of day. You can also access and enjoy your digital entertainment with ease with Windows XP MCE 2005 for intelligent control of your entertainment content. The VAIO FE Notebook supports ExpressCard, an emerging standard in smaller, faster PC card solutions.
The VAIO FE also includes S-video, enabling convenient connectivity to TVs, cameras, projectors and more, while integrated 802.11 a/b/g/ wireless LAN and Bluetooth technology make it possible for you to easily connect to a broad range of networks and peripherals both inside and outside of the office.
Work and play go hand-in-hand with the VAIO FE Notebook. The FE combines cutting-edge performance with ample workspace while maintaining a slim, portable design. The fast Intel Core processor and stunning 15.4" widescreen display1 with XBRITE HiColor technology will give you the power you need and the viewing experience you crave. With the FE Notebook, you can manage and enjoy multimedia entertainment, use state-of-the-art communication features and power through demanding computing applications without compromising space or style.
CNET reviewed Sony VAIO FE570G :
The silver-and-black VAIO FE has a rather minimal design that's similar to that of the VAIO FS series. A few external buttons launch applications and control the volume, but the VAIO FE lacks the dedicated multimedia controls and the high-end speakers found on the Pavilion dv5000t and the Inspiron E1505. We did find, however, that the VAIO FE's speakers emit clear, if not multidimensional, sound. The keyboard and the touch pad are plenty broad, but the mouse buttons are annoyingly small.
LaptopMag reviewed Sony VAIO FE570G :
Boasting one of the brightest 15.4-inch displays we have seen and a slick light-gray-and-black design, the Sony VAIO FE Series is one of the most stylish midsize entertainment notebooks of the year. With Media Center running the show, a decent audio system, and a sharp integrated webcam, this notebook has a lot going for it. We only wish it were faster and offered more memory card slots.