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Sony Vaio VGN-CR353




Type SONY Vaio VGN-CR353

Laptop Type:
Notebook

Basic Spec SONY Vaio VGN-CR353

Screen Size:
14.1inch
Resolution:
1280x800
Processor:
Core 2 Duo
Processor No:
T8100
Processor Speed:
2.10 GHz
Wide Screen:
yes
tablet:
 
3D:
 
SSD Size:
 
Hard Drive Size:
250GB
RPM:
5400rpm
Memory Size:
2 GB
Memory Type:
DDR2
Memory Slot:
2 SO-DIMM slots
PC card slot:
ExpressCard™/34 x1

Detailed Specs SONY Vaio VGN-CR353

Graphics Processor:
ATI Mobility Radeon™ X2300
Video Memory:
128MB
Modem:
yes
Wireless LAN Data rate:
10Base-T/100Base-TX x 1
Wireless LAN Type:
IEEE802.11a/b/g/n
Others:
IEEE1394
Bluetooth
USB2.0
Operating System:
Windows Vista Home Premium
integrated software:
 
Battery Life:
Bundled Battery up to 4 hours, Optional Long Battery up to 6.5 hours
Optical Drive:
DVD±RW/±R DL/RAM Drive

Size SONY Vaio VGN-CR353

Dimensions (WxHxD):
335.1 mm x 21-38.3 mm x 249 mm
Weight:
2.5 kg





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