HP, Sony Notebooks Boast Touch-Screen Technology

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HP, Sony Notebooks Boast Touch-Screen Technology

By Nathan Eddy

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Sony Vaio Fit Notebooks Keep It Slim

With a major focus on design, the Vaio Fit 14 and 15 models and the Vaio Fit 14E and Fit 15E models are super thin and light.

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Fit Notebooks Offer the Power of Touch

The optional capacitive touch-screen allows for a responsive touch experience and the LED backlight emits a bright display while conserving battery life.

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Candy-Coated Colored Clamshells

The Fit 14 and 15 are available in mid-May in Steel Black, Steel Pink and Steel Silver for about $649 and $699, respectively.

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The World at Your Fingertips

With near-field communication (NFC) technology, users can exchange website URLs and enable Bluetooth and WiFi direct connections by touching a compatible NFC device to the Fit.

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One Touch Is Never Enough

The Fit models include Sony features such as a full-size backlit keyboard with integrated number pad, large touch-pad quick-charge functionality and Sony's own Rapid Wake technology for instant PC resume.

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HP 15. 6-Inch ProBook Features Touch Technology

The 15.6-inch model is available with a touch-screen and is aimed at small businesses.

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HP ProBook 440 Features 500GB Hybrid Hard Drive

The 500GB capacity Hybrid HDD will be on the ProBook 440, 450 and 470, the company noted.

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HP ProBook 450 Ready for Skype

The notebook is Skype-ready and features DTS Sound for enhanced-quality audio and video conferencing.

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HP ProBook 430 Only Offers an SSD

While only a solid-state drive (SSD) is available on the ProBook 430, it still boasts connectivity options that include 4G wireless wide-area network (WWAN) and HP Client Security.

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HP Debuts the ProBook Series This Month

Pricing for the HP ProBook 400 series starts at $499, and the notebooks are expected to debut in the United States this month.

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