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With Spring well and truly on the way, now is the time to update your wardrobe with fresh shades suitable for the season. And, whilst you're at it, we recommend giving your workspace a new season makeover with Sony's colourful new VAIO C Series laptop.

Expertly balancing being portable and powerful, the C Series is perfect for travel and working on the go. You can be online in an instant with the special one-touch web button, allowing you to get access the internet without waiting for your laptop to fully boot-up. And, if for some reason your VAIO gets the hiccups, there's an assist button which immediately launches a handy troubleshooting software - no panicking necessary.

But beyond just being practical and helping you be more productive, the C Series also has some quirky features under its colourful exterior. The zingy orange and green coloured notebooks have a unique “light-emitting” feature which gives the VAIO a dramatic glow-in-the dark effect. Or, if you prefer your laptop to not light up board meetings, the C Series also comes in pretty pink, cool white and good old fashioned sleek black - sans glow.

There are also curvy Bluetooth wireless mice, keyboard skins and colour-coordinated carrying pouches available for the C Series. Colour-blocking with your gadgets, anyone?

The 14" Sony VAIO C Series is available for three weeks from 21 March exclusively at John Lewis Sony Centres and sony.co.uk.

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