Question by : sony Y series laptop reviews?
ok so i am thinking about purchasing the VAIO sony Y series laptop and the reviews on sonys website are bad i just wanted to know for sure i would mostly be using this laptop for internet web caming typing documents and watching movies so if someone who has this laptop could please relply and say what its good at and what it lacks that would be great also i dont think this matters but i want it in pink
Answer by Lightning Thunder
The VAIO Y is a 13.3″ ultraportable CULV-powered notebook from Sony, acting as the affordable-brother to the high-end VAIO Z. This model includes Intel GMA HD integrated graphics, an Intel Pentium CULV processor (New models feature Intel Core i3 and i5 ULV processors), 4GB of DDR3 memory and a WXGA resolution display. In this review we see how well this model stacks up against other ultraportable systems and if it should be added to your back-to-school notebook buying list.
At the time of publishing this review, Sony has phased out the older Intel Pentium processors, as seen in this review, and replaced them with the newer Intel ULV Core i3 and i5 processors.
Our Sony VAIO Y Specifications:
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Intel Pentium U5400 (1.2GHz, 3MB cache)
4GB DDR3 1066MHz RAM (8GB max)
500GB 5400RPM Toshiba Hard Drive
13.3″ Widescreen LED Backlit Display (1366 x 768)
Intel GHA HD Integrated Graphics
Atheros B/G/N, 1Gb LAN, Bluetooth
Ports: 3 x USB 2.0, Headphone Output, Microphone Input, VGA, HDMI, RJ-45 Ethernet, FireWire
6-cell 54Wh battery
Dimensions: 12.8″(W) x 0.93 – 1.2″(H) x 8.9″(D)
Weight: 3.81 pounds (with standard capacity battery)
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