Sony Vaio T Series - Laptops: Reviews
When portability is paramount, Sony's Vaio T is the ultimate machine. I've road-tripped mine across the United States and Canada. It's survived a kayaking expedition to Madagascar, where it happily chugged a steady diet of digital photos. On my "recovery" days, it's a coffee-shop conversation starter: "Is that a real computer? It's so small!" Absolutely. Sony packed hardcore processing power, built-in wireless networking, multiple USB ports, a recordable media drive, and an Aviator-length battery life into a notebook PC that's actuallytake a deep breath nownotebook-size.Specs:
Hard drive: 40 gigabytes >> Processor: 1.1 gigahertz >> RAM: 512 megabytes >> Weight: 2 pounds 16 ounces >> Screen: 10.6-inch XBrite LCD >> Bonus: Integrated Wi-Fi, DVD writer, Bluetooth
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