Sony Vaio M Netbook is a Sleek Affordable Machine, Begins Selling Today

March 16, 2010, By Alex Ion

If a couple of weeks ago, Sony’s latest Vaio M netbooks were just a rumor,  today they’re the real deal as the company have officially confirmed availability and pricing for them. Reaching out to a different niche, the miniPC market, the affordable Vaio M Series is powered by an Intel Atom N450 processor (Pine Trail technology) and brags with a 10.1in LED backlit screen and a 250GB hard drive.

Sony Vaio M netbook black

According to the company, the new Sony Vaio M netbook is the perfect fit for those on the go, as it only weighs 3.1 pounds and measures a compact 180mm x 33mm x 260mm.

Under the hood the device features Intel’s Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 card, comes with a built-in motion eye camera, features WiFi (802.11 b/g/n) and Bluetooth connectivity, and has three USB ports. It also comes bundled with Genuine Windows 7 Starter Edition.

Sony Vaio M netbook white

Concerning availability and pricing, we’re being told that the new Vaio M series will sell in black or white and should cost £300 (or some $456 at today’s exchange rate) in the UK, with Tesco.

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