VAIO Z : World‘s First 3D Molded Carbon Fiber Laptop Launched By VAIO

VAIO Z ,a new laptop computer launched by VAIO in India. This is ostensibly called as world‘s first 3D Moulded Carbon Fiber Laptop Computer,which is available only on Amazon India. The laptop comes with a price of Rs3,52,990 with over all carbon fiber protection.

The Laptop accompany with a 14 inch 4K LCD display and weighs 1.06kg due to its carbon fiber a material which is scrupulously used in persuasive automobiles. The screen has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. The laptop convoys with a backlit keyboard.

The processor used is a 11th generation intel core i7 processors with 32GbLPDDR4 RAM with Intel Iris Xe Graphics. The device proffered an internal storage of 2TB SSD.

Vaio Z laptop is powered by face recognition technology in order to unlock the device. It is rig out with Dolby Audio speakers and has a camera shutter ,microphone with mic mute detour for privacy.

Discussing about the depiction of the device , the Vaio Z comes in a black colour which includes rudimentary crux that lets the device screen spindle up to  180 degrees.  It has two USB Type C ports which bears Thunderbolt 4 , HDMI, Bluetooth 4.1 and a earphone jack.

Vaio Z has a finger print sensor and bios authentication . The company assures a 53Wh battery which is capable to convey 10 hours of battery life per charge which has 3 years of domestic warranty includes all manufacturing defects.

Speaking about the launch, Alex Chung, CEO of Nexstgo Company Limited, said: “We are proud to the world to introduce the world’s first 3D contoured carbon fiber VAIO Z laptop in India. With over a decade of tireless carbon fiber research, VAIO has succeeded in creating and mass producing the world’s first 3D molded carbon chassis for notebook PCs. “

By the launching of Vaio Z laptop, the company level up its market stabbing and contemplate to go ahead with its notebook PC evolution soon.

India : A Major Production Hub For ACC Batteries By ICEA

Indian government latterly declared about the extension of Production Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme to Advanced Chemistry Cell (ACC) battery storage in our country. On Wednesday September 11, India sanctioned  around Rs18000 crore to Indian Cellular and Electronics Association (ICEA) to manufacture the core component.

This project was approved by our Hon. P M ,Narendra Modi  chaired by Union Cabinet. The aim of this project  is , everyone in the country should  divert to electric vehicles to deterrent pervasive pollution in major cities and also to cut credit on exorbitant oil imports.

The plan of action of the scheme is to put up 50 GIGA watt hour production capacity for advance chemistry cell batteries. According to Indian government the total investment for this project be around 45000 crore and among this, 18000 crore has been released for the work of battery storage manufacturing.

“Each selected ACC battery storage manufacturer would have to commit to set up an ACC manufacturing facility of minimum 5GWh capacity and ensure a minimum 60% domestic value addition at the project level within five years,” the government said in a statement.

ACC batteries are offspring whch has ultra modern storage technology which can store electric energy either as electrochemical or as chemical energy and can convert it back to electric energy as and when required.

“We at ICEA believes that the PLI scheme would give thrust to ‘Make in India’ initiative and will attract huge investments of Rs 45,000 crore plus in the coming years. With this push for ACC batteries, the sector would witness robust growth in the coming years,” said Pankaj Mohindroo, Chairman, ICEA.

The ACC batteries encloses large sectors which includes electric vehicles,  mobiles, consumer electronics, solar rooftop , etc..The success of this scheme leads India’s pioneering immaculate energy targets and the sporadic nature of electricity from clean energy sources.