Sony Japan have announced a new lineup of Vaio nettops and laptops to be launched on 22nd October.

Eyebrows raised? Yes, these systems will come with Windows 7, mostly in 64bit flavors.

More details after the break

Sony Japan have announced a new lineup of Vaio nettops and laptops to be launched on 22nd October in a press event at Ginza, Tokyo, Japan

Eyebrows raised? Yes, these systems will come with Windows 7, mostly in 64bit flavors.

The models to watch out for which will be launched on the Oct 22 are Vaio X, Vaio L

Vaio X, Slim looking netbook at its best

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit /Atom Z540 (1.86 GHz)/ 11.1 inch display WXGA?1366×768? /2GB RAM/ SSD 64GB/ Intel GMA 500/WLAN?bgn)/WWAN(docomo)/Camera/Bluetooth

The Vaio X is a netbook, slim and with aluminum and carbon fiber body and retailing at 110,000 yen (without Office2007, 130,000 yen with Office 2007).

Specs-wise, a Atom flavored netbook isn’t that bad, coupled with the slim looking factor and SSD drive, the Vaio X boasts a 16hr battery life.

Vaio L, Sony’s touchscreen wonder (Japan)

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit / Core 2 Duo E7500?2.93 GHz processor?/
24 inch display @ 1920×1080 resolution / 4GB RAM (2GB×2) /
1TB harddisk storage / NVIDIA® GeForce® G210M GPU/W-LAN?bgn)/Blu-ray/Terrestrial receiver BS110/ VAIO AVC transcoder/Camera/Bluetooth/ HDMI input/

The Vaio L is a touchscreen wonder, Sony’s first. Boasting it as a HDTV and a multimedia PC with blu-ray playing capabilities along with a tv tuner (Japan, other countries may have varying specs)

Launch price of this will be around 240,000 yen.