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From The Guardian:
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Style and substance on the move
Making a journey without your laptop can feel like you are bereft of your favourite travelling companion. Most hotels now have wi-fi internet access, so you can stay connected to your friends and family without wasting time at your destination searching for an internet café, and even the longest journey passes pleasurably when you can watch DVDs instead of listening to the breathing of the person behind you. But equally, you don't want to feel like you're carrying a brick in your overnight bag, which is why, when choosing a laptop, size and weight really matter.
When it comes to computing on the move, the new Sony VAIO TZ series of laptops are in a class of their own. Weighing just 1.19kg, including battery and drive, with a miniature AC adaptor, these sleek, stylish machines will never be excess baggage. This is a notebook that is designed to travel. Its razor-thin 11.1in widescreen display has a true 16:9 aspect ratio which makes it ideal for watching films, while its construction from carbon fibre - one of the leading materials seen in Formula One racing - ensures that it can stand up to even the bumpiest of rides.
With its full flat design and sophisticated colouring, it's a machine you will want to be seen with - even the keyboard has a pleasing aesthetic, inspired by the submerged stones of a Japanese water garden. The TZ series is also available in a choice of three stylish colours: platinum sand, natural black and premium carbon fibre. But the VAIO cannot be accused of style over function - in fact it has some innovative features to ensure you stay ahead of the game. An instant-on feature allows you to bypass booting Windows and watch your DVDs and listen to your music instantly, with a dedicated set of audio-visual controls that ensure your favourite photos, music and video clips can be accessed at the touch of a button. There is also a superior security system with fingerprint recognition and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) hardware encryption, which means your data is protected wherever you are in the world.
To help you stay in touch with your loved ones while you're away, there is an astonishingly small Motion Eye webcam concealed in the screen surround - quite a feat of engineering considering the screen is only 4mm thick - and this is coupled with an onboard microphone so you can engage in video chat.
And despite its small frame, this laptop doesn't compromise on space. It has a powerful Intel® Core(TM) 2 Duo processor and latest Mobile Intel® 945GMS Express chipset, with up to 2048MB of memory and a choice of hard disk drive storage capacities for handling all your multimedia needs on the move. There's also a 32GB Solid State Flash option.
Sony Style is the place of choice for your VAIO TZ, and the brilliant VAIO Advisor can talk you through all the details, helping you to work out which TZ is perfect for you. To check out the Advisor, just click here and select the 'Ask the Expert' option.
With the Sony VAIO TZ as your companion, you'll never be lonely on your travels again.
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· Intel® Core(TM) 2 Duo Processor U7500, Supports Enhanced Intel® SpeedStep® Technology, 533 MHz Frontside Bus, Processor Speed 1.06 GHz http://www.guardian.co.uk/sonystyle/competition/0,,-1244,00.html