Sony Vaio E Series 14P laptop gets Kinect-style gesture control support

Vaio E Series 14P

‘Smarter’ and ‘easier everyday computing’ are the words a certain Tokyo-based conglomerate used to describe its new Sony Vaio E Series 14P laptop. This notebook is said to come bearing a wide catalog of multimedia features along with gesture control support which allows users to carry out certain commands like pause music playback, adjust volume and many more through simple hand movements.

Being multimedia ready, Sony has embedded the xLoud and Clear Phase technologies that are apparently capable of boosting the audio output level without compromising on sound quality. And for a more enriched experience, users can switch to the Dolby Home Theater V4 mode. Under the lid rests a 14-inch Vaio display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels and a 16:9 aspect ratio. It also comes with dual GPUs. While the Intel HD Graphics 3000 can cater to most entertainment requirements, the discreet AMD Radeon HD 7670M card with 1GB VRAM kicks in when the need for added performance arises. To top it off, the laptop is said to have a battery life of up to 7 hours.

Vaio E Series 14P 1

Where specifications are concerned, the new 14P laptop is powered by a second generation Intel Core i3 2350M processor that’s accompanied by 4GB of DDR3 SDRAM operating at 1,333MHz. For hoarding content users will receive a 500GB 5400RPM HDD integrated within the device along with other components such as Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0, HDMI, a backlit keyboard and many more. In terms of dimensions, the new member of the Vaio E Series measures 245mm x 22.4mm x 341mm and flaunts a wrap-around design. Potential users will have a choice of 3 new colors including white, black or pink.

The Sony Vaio E Series 14P release date and price details aren’t available as of now.

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