Wednesday, July 23, 2003
Sony VAIO TR1A Review at Designtechnica — Cormac @ 15:36
"The Sony VAIO TR1A is one of the smallest notebook computers we have ever had the privilege to lay our hands on, but packed in this cute system is a beast ready to be unleashed. The VAIO TR1A has a width of just 10.6” inches, a height of 1.44” inches and weighs a mere 3.11lbs. But do not let its size fool you. The VAIO TR1A is powered by Intel’s new Centrino processor and chipset running at 900MHz and featuring 512 MB (upgradeable to 1GB) of memory standard. Of course, along with the Centrino Chipset comes integrated 802.11b WiFi networking. Other features include two USB 2.0 ports, 1 FireWire port, a Sony Memory Stick slot, VGA output, a 30GB hard drive, 64MB integrated video, integrated web camera and an integrated DVD/CD-RW combo drive. The fact that Sony was able to fit a DVD/CD-RW drive into this little system without using an external housing is amazing in itself."
Read more at Designtechnica.
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