High performance is the most important thing when it comes to purchasing a new gaming laptop. The Sony Vaio F series performance laptop comes with: the Intel® Core™ i7 quad core processor, a 16″ 3D and 16.4″ 2D display, The NVIDIA® GeForce® GT540M graphics card, preloaded with Imagination Studio™ Multimedia Edition and the Genuine Windows® 7 Ultimate edition. But if you’re like me then not only do you play games on your laptop, but you probably have a home gaming system as well. With the Sony Vaio F series performance laptop, not only do you get a powerful online gaming device, but also a laptop that you can link into the rest of your home entertainment and video devices.
With your PS3, connected BRAVIA television or Blu-ray Disc player you can wirelessly pair your VAIO laptop’s keyboard and touchpad to help; navigate menus and options, quickly and easily browse the internet or enter text. Not everyone has a completely Sony home entertainment system, so it might be a hard sell on why the Sony Vaio F series may be better than other new gaming laptops. But I’m willing to bet that a lot of you reading this article have either a PS3, or a Sony BRAVIA
television. With just the simple fact of using the Sony Vaio F series as a keyboard during online chatting or messaging through the Playstation Network is enough for me to choose the Vaio over any other laptop. For the most part, any of the new gaming laptops out there are equipped with that same basic high performing hardware and software. Finding something that separates one from another is what I always look for. The integrating idea from Sony appeals to me in particular because I am a PS3 fan. That difference is enough for me to separate the Sony Vaio F series into a new category of gaming laptops. The quality of a new gaming laptop is measured in what sets yours aside from everyone else’s. Integrating your electronic devices to create a more involved experience is genius. Thanks Sony!
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