Sony just launched a new series of VAIO TX3 notebooks and part of the family is the advanced and stylish VGN-TX92S. The latest Vaio VGN-TX92S holds a Vista Ready icon, and, from what the manufacturer says, it can be tailored under the Vaio "Owner Made" program, which enables the user to pick the right combination of hardware, software and notebook color, informs Mobile Whack.
Consequently, the user can choose from a wide range of CPUs such as: Intel Core Solo U1400 (1.2 GHz), U1300 (1.06 GHz) or the 'traditional' Celeron M running at 1.06 GHz. Also, the Intel 945GMS Express chipset based board is said to take in up to 1.5GB of DDR2 memory. The VGN-TX92S comes with an 11.1" WXGA wide screen offering 1366x768 pixel resolution.
What is really interesting about the new Vaio VGN-TX92S is that it includes a fingerprint mold, as well as TPM security chip for enhanced security. The hard drives can be 'customized' also: the user has the option of selecting within a range of 40 to 80GB. Other enhanced functions on the laptop include two high-speed USB 2.0 ports, a 10/100BaseTX LAN card and optional Bluetooth.
According to the manufacturer's statement, the notebook will be available in several versions such as Premium Blue, Black, White and Kappa. The Vaio VGN-TX92S will be launched on the retail market on June 19, at prices starting from $1,500 (depending on the configuration).
Last month, Sony launched another Vaio family member, which features a 4.5 inch touchscreen with 1024x600 resolution, dual cameras, Bluetooth capability, and a storage capacity of 30GB - Sony Vaio VGN-UX50.
This is Sony's latest ultra-portable PC, an advanced device with an Intel Centrino 1.06GHz processor running Windows XP and a sensor point security system.