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Old 02-03-2009
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Sony VGN-TT17GN/X

The Sony VAIO T series and Fujitsu LifeBook P lineup gave glimpse of true mobility. With a petite form factor and long battery life, the VAIO T remains the premium model for the traveling executive. Though on the surface it may seem to compete with low-cost Netbooks, the VAIO brings the Core 2 Duo platform and integrated optical drive to the game. Sony further justifies its premium price tag by encasing the T series with a carbon-fiber chassis.



The prestigious refinement of Premium Carbon fully satisfies your discriminating taste. Savour the stunning image quality of a Blu-ray Disc Drive and 11.1 (28.2 cm) Clear Tough LCD [Rich Colour]. Relish the comforting clarity of an advanced noise cancelling feature and Sound Reality chip.The latest iteration, the VAIO TT series, ups the ante by offering dual solid-state drives (SSD) as well as a Blu-ray writer drive.
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Re: Sony VGN-TT17GN/X


VAIO TT is one of the smallest and lightest machines in the market thanks to its hardy carbon-fiber body. It tips the scales at a mere 1.3kg and is even slimmer than the VAIO TZ series. This is impressive considering that the new VAIO uses the latest Centrino 2 platform and has an integrated optical drive. Though it uses an ultra-low powered Core 2 Duo chip running at 1.4GHz while the cheaper Netbooks have a clock speed of 1.6GHz on the Atom processor.


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Re: Sony VGN-TT17GN/X



Specification of Sony VGN-TT17GN/X


General
  • Processor : Core 2 Duo
  • Processor number : SU9400
  • Processor speed : 1.4GHz
  • Motherboard chipset : Intel GS45
  • Centrino : Yes

Memory/Storage
  • Amt of RAM : 4096 MB
  • Hard drive : 256 GB
  • Card Reader : SD, MMC, MS, MS Pro
  • Optical drive : Blu-ray writer
  • Flash-based HDD :Yes

Connectivity
  • Ports : 2 x USB2.0; FireWire; VGA-out; HDMI
  • Bluetooth : Yes
  • Infrared : No
  • Ethernet : 10/100/1000
  • Built-in devices : 1 x ExpressCard/34 slot; Fingerprint sensor; TPM security chip
  • Wireless LAN : 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
  • Webcam : Yes

Display
  • Graphics hardware : Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD
  • Diagonal screen size : 11.1 inch
  • LCD technology : Transflective TFT (widescreen)
  • Screen resolution (max) :1,366 x 768

Multimedia
  • Remote : No
  • DVD/MP3 without bootup : No
  • TV tuner : No
  • Sound hardware : Intel High Definition audio; 2 x speakers

Software
  • Operating system : Win Vista Ultimate

Chassis
  • Weight w/battery : 1.3 kg
  • Dimensions : 279.1 x 200 x 23.6 mm

Power Supply
  • Battery type(s) included : Standard battery pack
  • Mfr-claimed battery life : 11 hours
  • 2nd battery included : No

Warranty
  • Warranty : One-year limited warranty
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