Sony Vaio X505/CP

Published Date
01 - Feb - 2005
| Last Updated
01 - Feb - 2005
 
Sony Vaio X505/CP
Take your pick from a jet fighter, an F1 car or a space ship. Now remove the shell protecting any of these machines. Carbon fibre-stronger, more rigid and able to dissipate heat better than anything else now rests in your hand. Mould this space-age shell and give it a laptop shape: 256 mm x 208 mm, 9.7 mm thick at its front and 21.9 mm thick at the back. Next, create a motherboard about the size of a minidisk (2.5-inch diameter) and place an Intel Pentium M 1.1 GHz processor with 1 MB of L2 cache on it. Place a 20 GB hard disk to the left of the motherboard, a PCMCIA slot to its right. Add two integrated USB 2.0 ports and a Firewire port. Don't forget the 512 MB of RAM, shared by the onboard video card. Adorn the creation with a bright, 10.4-inch LCD display with a native resolution of 1024 x 768.

Now step back and lift it, with a finger. At 780 gm, the Sony Vaio X505/CP is an incredibly small, light, and sexy laptop. With an external wireless card (802.11b/g), an 87 key QWERTY keyboard along with a pointing stick; and a battery life of up to four hours, the X505 is any geek's dream come true!

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