Thursday, February 19, 2009

VAIO AW Desktop power


Powerful presence.
It's a runaway freight train. The alpha dog. The MVP. When it comes to performance, the AW leaves nothing to chance. With the right-now power of an available 2.53 GHz2 Intel® Centrino 2® processor and the NVIDIA® GeForce® 9000 series graphics card, you can power through high-res photos, graphic-intensive games and media without bogging down.

Adobe® RGB:
The full gamut.
Imagine a display that reproduces your digital photos with true, on-screen color accuracy. Sporting an Adobe® RGB color profile* with reproduction to 137 percent, the 18.4-inch (diagonal), 16:9 aspect ratio LCD is perfect for the designer or photographer who demands precision. And with 1920x1080 resolution and XBRITE-FullHD™ LCD technology, Blu-ray Disc movies are presented in all their HD glory.

HDTV on your terms.
If you're looking for total entertainment, the search is over. Featuring NTSC and ATSC TV tuners and ClearQAM support, you can watch analog and digital TV as well as available local HD channels. What's more, with Windows Media Center you can record live TV directly to your hard drive for on-demand viewing at your leisure. And with HDMI™ output15, you can always connect to a compatible HDTV and see it all on the big screen in HD 1080p resolution.

Serious storage.
1TB hard drive? Dual 64GB SSD? How about both? Combined with an available 1TB3 hard drive (500GB4 standard), the SSD model features RAID technology for faster boot-up times, quicker application launches and maximum power for handling all your HD content. You can even burn files to Blu-ray Disc™ media9, providing up to five times the capacity of standard DVDs.

Immerse yourselfin sound.
Take PC audio to new heights with Dolby Home Theater® surround sound technology, pumping cinema-style surround sound through two built-in speakers and a subwoofer (yes, a subwoofer). Also equipped with Stereo Bluetooth® technology6, you can conveniently stream CD-quality audio to compatible headphones or speakers without wires.

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