Update: It took us a minute to figure out that the Blu-ray region hadn't been set in the software. That and the sheer length of this review mean you should look for it tomorrow. Almost done.
- 22-inch widescreen LCD (1,680x1,050)
- 2.2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 CPU
- 2GB 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM
- 500GB 7,200-rpm hard drive
- 256MB Nvidia GeForce 8400 GT graphics chip
- Windows Vista Ultimate
- 802.11n wireless networking
- Built-in ATSC and NTSC TV tuner
- Built-in 1.3-megapixel Webcam
- 3-watt stereo speakers, and built in 5-watt subwoofer
- Various USB, Ethernet, removable media and audio ports
Sony also announced the Vaio LT15E, an $1,899 model with a standard-def DVD drive, a slower CPU and other reduced specs. We're not sure how that one will fare against Apple's cheaper, better-looking (although less wall-mountable) 24-inch iMac. But if you have money to blow and like the idea of a Blu-ray-capable PC on the wall of your office or bedroom, the $2,899 model might turn a lot of expensively groomed heads. We'll have our review up by the end of the day, so stay tuned for the full story.