Sony Vaio T_T

Published on September 24, 2008

Sony Vaio T_T

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    Sony today rolled out another powerful, portable, and expensive netbook: the Vaio TT. Called "the world's lightest Blu-ray laptop," the baby weighs 1.3 kg. Filling will also disappoint few people; on board: a Blu-ray drive in person, 256 GB RAID, 3 GB DDR3, 11.1-inch LED 16: 9 monitor (maximum resolution: 1366 × 768), HDMI port (issuing 1080p), 2 USB ports, webcam , bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 3G Sprint EV-DO module.

    Now about the unpleasant - the price. The cheapest and easiest modification, without a fancy drive and a cool RAID array, costs $ 2,000. Blu-ray: $ 2,700; Blu-ray & SSD-raid: $ 2,750.

    VGN-TT190UBX :
    • 11.1 inch LED screen with XBRITE-DuraView (1366 × 768)
    • Intel Core 2 Duo Processor SU9400 at 1.4ghz
    • 4GB of DDR3 RAM
    • 2.87 pounds
    • (2x) Blu-ray writer, reader / DVD writer, reader / CD writer, reader
    • 250gb (128GBx2 RAID) solid state hard drive
    • HDMI output, 2 USB ports
    • Built-in camera
    • Memory stick Pro, SD slot
    • Bluetooth, 802.11b / g / n, ethernet
    • Windows Vista Ultimate

    VGN-TT190EIN, VGN-TT190EIR, VGN-TT190NIB :
    • 11.1 inch LED screen with XBRITE-DuraView (1366 × 768)
    • Intel Core 2 Duo Processor SU9300 at 1.2ghz
    • Up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM
    • 2.87 pounds
    • Hard drive options max out at 160GB (non SSD, SATA 5400rpm)
    • DVD writer, reader / CD writer, reader
    • HDMI output, 2 USB ports, VGA output
    • Built-in camera
    • Memory stick Pro, SD slot
    • Bluetooth, 802.11a / b / g / n, ethernet; we are unsure which model will have the EVDO that was cleared by FCC
    • Windows Vista Home Premium (VGN-TT190EIN / VGN-TT190EIR), or Windows Vista Business (VGN-TT190NIB can also get XP Pro)