Bluetooth in Sony® VAIO E Series
With distinguishing curving wrap design, the Sony VAIO E Series laptops are meant to reflect your unique personality. With battery life longer than ever before, each E Series laptop equips up to 8GB DDR3 RAM, optical drive (DVD burner/Blu-ray player/or Blu-ray burner), and 802.11b/g/n wireless and gigabit ethernet.
One attribute that makes the entire range of Sony VAIO E Series laptops handy and a reasonable option to consider is the built-in Bluetooth. The Bluetooth feature allows you to wirelessly connect with devices like headset, smartphone, or external hard drive. If you want to transfer files, including videos, music, documents on your Sony VAIO E Series laptop, it is simple through the integrated Bluetooth functionality. With the Bluetooth connectivity feature in Sony VAIO E Series you can easily send project documents to co-workers and employees or digital products to customers. However, before you can begin transferring/sending files, you need to enable it in the Basic Input/Output System and turn it on in Sony’s VAIO Smart Network.
Know how to turn on Bluetooth functionality in Sony VAIO E Series
Turning on Bluetooth in Sony VAIO E Series is extremely easy can be done in just a few simple steps.
Step 1- Switch on your Sony VAIO E Series laptop and in the system tray of the taskbar; double-click on the ‘Wireless Switch Settings’ icon (it is blue-green icon with ‘LAN’ in one corner and “B” in another corner).
Step 2- Now in the Bluetooth Device section; check the ‘Enable Bluetooth Device’ setting.
Step 3- Click "OK."