Sony launches VAIO LM

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Mumbai: Aiming to merge the PC with a home entertainment center, Sony has

added to their VAIO notebook lineup with the release of the VAIO LM notebook.

The VAIO LM features a panel PC design reminiscent of Sony's BRAVIA LCD TV's

with its 19 inch screen framed by a transparent bezel to blend into the

surrounding environment. The VAIO LM can be wall-mounted and features wireless

keyboard, mouse and remote control.

Aimed at those who want the functionality of a PC in their living area, the VAIO
LM doubles as a TV, with inbuilt TV tuner, built-in 1.3 mega pixel camera with

face-tracking software, 2.1-channel speaker system and sub-woofers to deliver

crispy sound quality that can be used for video conference calls.

The VAIO LM features an Intel Core2 Duo Processor T7250 (2.00GHz), 2GB DDR2

SDRAM, 250GB HDD, Windows Vista Home Premium, and NVIDIA graphics card. With the

latest VAIO Music Box software, VAIO LM users can define default channel

capacity for music in advance, so that the system is able to automatically

select signal descriptors for sound classification into 24 channels. Besides,

VAIO LM new MOVIE Story software allows users to create and edit their own video


The VAIO VGC-LM18 is available across Sony stores for Rs.109,900/-