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Master Geek
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Topic # 79637 20-Mar-2011 11:48
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Have been using it for a year now and it has served me well in uni, but since my courses don't require me running around anymore i don't have need of this.

CPU: 2Ghz
RAM: DDR2 @ 2gb
SSD: 64GB
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium Traditional Chinese

Comes with Sleeve and VGA adapter, Standard battery (2100ma)
Battery life is a bit disappointing since you only get 2 hours MAX out of it if you turn the settings low, but why would you if it makes you squint your eyes just to try and see the screen in an already dark lecture room XD

I would recommend an upgrade to the Larger battery pack if you are really interested, at least that will give you 3 hours on normal usage.

Will include box, but buyer might have to keep me updated since it is overseas.

Also comes in a nice VAIO bag that is stylish by itself!

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Master Geek


  Reply # 450232 21-Mar-2011 01:46
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Hey how much are you looking for?

Also could you check specs? I could swear they didn't release a 64Gb SSD with a 2 Ghz processor?

And do you know what frequencies the wireless broadband operates on?

Thanks,

Nathan.



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  Reply # 450440 21-Mar-2011 17:54
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Well it was bought from the sony.com.tw website so maybe there are differences in region ? But it is 64gb SSD with 2ghz Atom Z550 to be specific.

Looking for around 400~

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 450441 21-Mar-2011 17:54
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frequencies........i'll come back to you on that one



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  Reply # 450490 21-Mar-2011 20:26
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It is Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n

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  Reply # 450498 21-Mar-2011 20:53
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Hey thanks for the details!

I was more curious about the wireless broadband? as I thought these can take sim cards?
But I may be wrong!

$400 is a great price =( I was being more nosey to see how much these go for but unfortunately i've just done my spending for a while just upgraded to an i7 rig



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  Reply # 450513 21-Mar-2011 21:39
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Oh right, well the US versions take sim cards but sadly mine is from Taiwan

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  Reply # 450516 21-Mar-2011 21:43
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Oh dam haha that was a major selling point for me!

Thanks all the same

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  Reply # 450523 21-Mar-2011 21:52
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Images?



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  Reply # 450528 21-Mar-2011 21:59
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https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/blog0b835b063fd0b605aeac557d5fe9d00c.jpg try this, tell me if you want more angles/close ups/ bits and pieces etc

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  Reply # 450832 22-Mar-2011 16:57
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allblur - you have a PM



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  Reply # 452352 27-Mar-2011 11:52
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Sorry guys, the vaio has been sold!!

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