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Sony Vaio X Series VPC-X11S1E/B

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Sony VAIO X Series VPC-X11S1E/B - Atom Z540 / 1.86 GHz - RAM 2 GB - HDD 128 GB SSD - GMA 500 - 3G Mobile Broadband - Gigabit Ethernet - WLAN : 802.11b/g/n (draft), Bluetooth 2.1 EDR - Windows 7 Pro - 11.1" Widescreen LED backlight X-black TFT 1366 x 768 ( WXGA ) - camera - black

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      17.08.2010 20:56



      It can be used a back-up for Desktop

      It has a carbon fibre body which embraces in it , which is a little more than half an inch ,11.1 inch screen and weighs only 1.6 pound. Its that light. It was actually trying to fly out of my hands when i accidentally opened it while walking on the street.It makes 2.5-pound net-books feel heavy. It makes the 3-pound MacBook Air seem like a dumbbell.

      This computer comes with in-built modem for Verizon Wireless' cellular broadband network. The last time i checked the service tariff was some $60 or so per month.

      The Vaio X fairs pretty well on the battery longitivity part. On battery power, this thing went upto 1 hr and 30 while playing high defination video nonstop and browsing the web through a Wi-fi hotspot. Fairly it gives around 3 hours of use, pretty alright.
      It has an Intel Atom processor, which being small and doesnt heat the system. So Vaio X doesnt haev a big ventilation fan to suck away the heat out. Another unique feature is its SSD or "solid-state disk", made of flash memory chips that don't haev moving parts. Neat .

      While all these may excite you, the Vaio X has a fair share of drawbacks. First being it low SSD. Only 64 Gb storage. Running the Windows 7 is sure to suck life out of it.


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    • Product Details

      The VAIO X Series notebook is light and thin, you might just forget you're carrying it. If you're looking for an ultra-portable PC with killer styling, the X Series is all you.

      Setting a standard in battery life, the X Series notebook lasts long time. This liberating lasting power comes courtesy of a large capacity battery that doubles as a tilted base for more comfortable typing.

      No slow connections here. When you fire up the X Series, your email and favorite websites load quickly no matter where you are. And the wireless technology is all built in, so there are no unsightly PC cards or add-ons necessary. Its super-thin body is actually quite strong, poised to help take on the rigors of heavy travel.

      Technical Data

      Product Description: Sony VAIO X Series VPC-X11S1E/B - 11.1" - Atom Z540 - Windows 7 Pro - 2 GB RAM - 128 GB SSD
      System Type: Notebook
      Operating System: Windows 7 Pro
      Processor: Intel Atom Z540 / 1.86 GHz / 512 KB Cache
      Memory: 2 GB DDR2
      Storage: 128 GB SSD
      Display: 11.1" LED backlight X-black 1366 x 768 / HD
      Graphics: Intel GMA 500
      Networking: 802.11b/g/n (draft), Bluetooth 2.1 EDR , Gigabit Ethernet , wireless cellular modem
      Wireless Broadband (WWAN): 3G
      Battery: Up to 8 hours
      Colour: Black
      Dimensions (WxDxH): 27.8 cm x 18.5 cm x 1.4 cm
      Weight: 0.78 kg
      Microsoft Office Preloaded: Includes a preinstalled image of select 2007 Microsoft Office suites. Purchase a Medialess Licence Kit (MLK) to activate the software.