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Sony Vaio VGN-FZ31ER (PCG-3A6P) notebook part numbers.
Recently, we had a Sony Vaio VGN-FZ31ER notebook with a problematic onboard Nvidia GeForce 8400M GT graphics card. The machine was not switching on, so we had to open it and send the motherboard for reballing the video chip (or replacing it with a new one).
Sony Vaio VGN-FW41E notebook, which does not boot due to faulty keyboard – the video.
The user spilt a glass of wine on top of the keyboard and after disconnecting the battery he dried it with a hairdryer. The notebook appeared to be working.
Sony Vaio VGN-FW41E notebook does not boot up, due to faulty keyboard.
Recently, we had a Sony Vaio VGN-FW41E (PCG-3H1M) notebook with an interesting problem. The user spilt a glass of wine on top of the keyboard and after disconnecting the battery he dried it with a hairdryer. Then the machine was brought to us for a check.
Today, Sony announced the updates of its VAIO notebook models for Spring 2012 in Japan.
The VAIO S (SE) series got an upgrade with a 15.5-inch Full HD (1920 × 1080) IPS display with a wide viewing angle. Sony launches a new VPCSE28FJ/ S (Silver) model weighing 1.99kg and being 24.5mm thick.
The VPCSE29FJ/ B (Black) model’s CPU is now upgraded to the latest second-generation Intel Core i7-2640 processor, a Blu-ray Disk Drive and an optional 3D glasses-less attachable panel. Both model’s battery life can be extended from 6.5 to 13 hours, when connected to the extended sheet battery.
Yesterday, Sony updated its Z, S, E and C series Vaio notebooks for Spring 2012, with new processors and colors.
Now, Sony offers its Z series Vaio notebooks with Intel’s latest second-gen Core i7/ i5 processors and RAID 0 SSDs. In addition the Z series get a new Carbon Fiber Silver option and optional LTE (4G) support. The updated notebook is available with prices starting at $1949.99 USD, and in that amount the company includes also the Power Media Dock drive.
Sony refreshed its VAIO line notebooks for Winter 2011.Sony VAIO division released various updated models for the approaching holiday season, available on the Sony Store site.
This year, the VAIO S series made its debut by offering a new, alternative screen size, besides the 13.3-incher - the VAIO SA model. The S series features a 15.5-inch model, known as the VAIO SE model. The VAIO SE features are similar to its smaller sibling, with under 1-inch thin, flat design, AMD Radeon Hybrid Graphics (up to 1GB VRAM) and the optional sheet battery that can double its battery life. Prices of both, the 15.5-inch (SE) and 13.3-inch (SA) start at about $999 USD.
Sony announced release dates of 12 Sony Vaio notebook models and 3D panels, which will be available this fall in Japan.
Sony’s Annual Fall models include the lightweight S-series (SE-series) with a large Full HD LCD screen. Also, two 3D panel models intended for mount on the C-Series (which can be mounted and easily removed by its brackets on 15.5-inch CB-series) for achievement of 3D viewing.
The Sony VAIO SE-series is a high performance 15.5-inch Full HD LCD notebook with a thin and lightweight design. It is powered by a second-generation Intel Core i5-2430M processor and AMD RADEON HD 6470M graphics (512MB). The notebook weighs approximately 1.99kg, with a body thickness of about 24.5mm.