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VAIOÂ® Notebook Computer
15.0" XGA TFT High capacity lithium-ion battery (1), dual battery capability â¢ Mobility: 6.24 lbs. (with battery and weight saver) 6.94 lbs. (with battery and optical drive) â¢ AC adapter and power cord â¢ i.LINKÂ® (IEEE 1394) S400 interface*
MicrosoftÂ® WindowsÂ® XP Professional Mobile IntelÂ® PentiumÂ® III processor 1.13 GHz-M** Supports Enhanced IntelÂ® SpeedStepâ¢ technology*** 256 MB SDRAM (expandable to 512 MB max.) 30 GBâ hard disk drive CD-RW/DVD Combo Drive (8X max. CD-R write, 8X max. CD-RW write) Integrated V.90/fax modemâ¡ 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Ethernet 3-D graphics support with 16 MB of video DDR SDRAM MagicGateâ¢ Memory StickÂ® media slot Center Jog Dialâ¢ control with back button Built-in stereo speakers and touchpad
See Specifications sheet for additional details.
Limited Warranty and Express Service: 90 days, extendible to one year upon registration (restrictions apply). Technical Support: Available free of charge for 90 days after the original date of purchase (restrictions apply). * i.LINK is a trademark of Sony used only to designate that the unit contains an IEEE 1394 port. All products with an i.LINK port may not communicate with each other. Supports high-speed digital video, audio, and data transfer capabilities among equipped Sony products. GHz denotes microprocessor internal clock speed; other factors may affect application performance. CPU speeds may be reduced to a lower operating speed under certain conditions. GB means one billion bytes when referring to hard drive capacity. Accessible capacity may vary. Due to FCC limitations, speeds of 53 Kbps are the maximum-permissible transmit power levels during download transmissions. Actual data speeds vary depending on the line conditions.