Here are the specification :
- These units can record, store and play back personal content on high-capacity BD media.
- 11.1-inch widescreen display (measured diagonally) with Sonyâ€™s XBRITE-DuraViewâ„¢ LCD technology, delivering 100 percent color saturation for a wide range of vibrant colors and true-to-life picture quality.
- The display is ideal for Blu-ray Disc movies. Since many HD films are shot using a 16:9 aspect ratio, the unitâ€™s extra-wide LCD is constructed with the same dimensions. This minimizes the black bars that typically appear, letting you view movies in their intended format.
- TT model also has an HDMIâ„¢ output connector so you can connect it to a compatible high-definition TV for a larger viewing experience (connector cable sold separately).
- IntelÂ® CentrinoÂ® 2 processor technology for powerful PC output and energy-conserving features that deliver long battery life.
- Select VAIO TT notebooks feature a dual channel 256GB (128GB X 2) solid state drive (SSD) with RAID technology. The result is quicker boot-up times, faster application launches and overall enhanced performance.
- The notebook comes with the choice of Windows VistaÂ® Home Premium, Vista Business and Vista Ultimate operating systems. WindowsÂ® XP Professional is also available on select models.
- All models are ENERGY STARÂ® 4.0 compliant, hold an EPEAT Silver ranking and incorporates such eco-conscious features as a mercury-free LED backlit LCD.
- The TT model starts at $2,000. The BD version will go for about $2,700, while the SSD model (128GB) for around $2,750.
- It is available in a premium carbon black, silk black, champagne gold and crimson red.
My Wifeâ€™s VAIO is great and I know this will also be a great Laptop. But the price seems to be high for everyoneâ€™s budget. I think at this moment buying a Blu-ray Disc Notebook is still not necessary since not all place have Blue Ray Disc, But time will come that it will be a necessity to have a Blu-Ray enabled disc reader, same like CD and DVD before. But for now I will go for DVD for price reason. Well it is still up to the buyer.