VAIO – a familiar name and brand to some – is expanding its FE series of laptops in North America to include Windows 11 PCs aimed at multitaskers looking for all-in-one devices for work, creation, gaming and entertainment. With 12th Gen Intel core processors, these PCs can meet demanding needs quickly and use up to 46% less energy for up to 10 hours of use before needing to charge.
Another company that will also strike a familiar chord, Gateway, is launching a new lineup of Ultra Slim notebooks – including those with touch screens – also outfitted with the 12th Gen Intel Core processors.
Windows 11 makes these PCs easy to start up password-free with Windows Hello (thanks to fingerprint scanners and front-facing cameras) and Focus Assist to manage notifications. Windows 11 also includes Microsoft Photos, Snap layouts (to better organize apps and windows) and the the Xbox Game Bar (to instantly chat with friends, monitor performance and take screen recordings while gaming).
The VAIO FE series laptops also have full HD anti-glare screens, wider viewing angles and a crisp, clear display. THX Spatial Audio provides a 360-degree immersive and intense sound experience to enhance gaming and music, as well as watching TV shows and movies.
The VAIO FE series range in price from $699 to $949 and will be available at Walmart and Walmart.com.
The new Gateway Ultra Slim notebooks are ergonomically designed with a modern, lightweight chassis. You can also raise a hinge keyboard for better comfort. The notebooks come in a variety of screen sizes and colors, and range in price from $229 to $699. You can find them at Walmart and Walmart.com.
VAIO – a familiar name and brand to some – is expanding its FE series of laptops in North America to include Windows 11 PCs aimed at multitaskers looking for all-in-one devices for work, creation, gaming and entertainment. With 12th Ge