The firm's latest PC hardware packs an Intel i3 processor, 4GB ram and a 500GB hard drive. It features a new "wrap-around" design and comes in a range of colour schemes, including white, pink and black.
A backlit keyboard, aluminium speaker bezel, large multi-gesture touchpad and rapid wake technology are new features added to the laptop line. Users will be able to control the system's webcam, play music and browse web pages by moving their arms.
Earlier today, Sony doubled its estimated annual loss to 520 billion yen ($6.4bn/£4bn) amid reports that it is planning to introduce 10,000 redundancies worldwide.
The VAIO E Series 14 will offer up to seven hours' battery life. A light sensor will dim the brightness of the backlit keyboard depending on the surrounding environment to conserve power.
Sony will launch the new laptop in the UK in June, bearing a price tag of around £649.
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