Joining the awesome 3D world of Sony, the VAIO L series is an exciting new entry in the touchscreen PC market with a close to reality 3D technology. Now there’s a bigger reason for the whole family and even friends to enjoy those bonding 3D moments.
Packed with the latest Intel Ivy Bridge processors, the VAIO L series has a lot of the common features you look for in most modern all-in-one PCs. It sports a 24-inch LED backlit 1,920 x 1,080 pixel-resolution multi-touch display, a slot-loading drive for Blu-ray, USB 3.0 ports, and input and output slots for HDMI. It has the usual display engine of Bravia X-Reality which is a familiar engine used by Sony in its televisions. The built-in gesture recognition supportive webcam allow users to make simple gestures such as forward-and-back navigation and volume control.
The beautifully designed VAIO L All-in-One PC delivers top-of-the line entertainment and innovative PC functions in a sleek out-of-the box design that matches any home décor. Sony has one outstanding feature for its lineup of all-in-one PCs which can knock down its competitors in the market. The company will introduce a glasses-free 3D model later during the summer of 2012. Currently, the 2D-only model with a Core i5 chip is available at a starting price of $ 1299. Sony will eventually sell the VAIO L all-in-one PC with a voucher worth $ 14.99 for a Windows 8 Pro upgrade when it launches during the latter part of the year.