Monday, March 02, 2009

Sony Vaio VGN-P15G/R

Sony Vaio
Planning to buy a laptop? Have you tried the Sony Vaio VGN-P15G/R. It's the best, irrespective of whether you want to work with it or flaunt it.

Featuring an Intel Atom Z530 Processor (1.60GHz with HT support) with 533MHz Buss Speed and a 512 MB Cache, this baby is a lean mean machine. Although the fixed 2GB DDR2 SDRAM is quite a put-off, but you would loose little productivity for that. It comes with the 32-bit Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1 preinstalled. For graphics, the Intel Graphics Media Accelarator 500 works just fine.

Now comes the tricky part, networking capabilities. The Sony Vaio VGN-P15G/R features Integrated Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11 LAN and Bluetooth standard Ver. 2.1+EDR, which is more than you can bargain for in a laptop.

The bundled VGP-BPS15/B,/S Lithium-ion battery lasts upto 3 hours, although you can opt for the VGP-BPL15/B,/S Lithium-ion battery which has a battery life of 6 hours. The Sony Vaio VGN-P15G/R comes with a pair of Noise Cancelling headphone (MDR-NC021LP/BM2) so that you can enjoy your tune on the go.

It has a lustrous Garnet Red color that sends a message of passion and inspiration. So compact and lightweight, yet it offers a wide 8.0 (20.3 cm) wide LCD screen and full-size isolation keyboard for comfortable operation.

And the best part is the Sony Vaio VGN-P15G/R fits perfectly in your pocket, be it's size or your budget.

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1 Comment:

Julia Scissor said...

Sounds great. I had liked the earlier Viaos too.

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