Sony Launches VAIO G21

Sony has launched a new model, the VAIO G21, that comes with a 64 GB SSD.


Sony has launched a new VAIO model – the G21. This laptop has been designed for great uptime as it promises over seven hours of battery life. This is made possible as it comes with a 12.1 inch LED backlit screen that needs less power. Besides, it’s powered by an Intel ULV processor that consumes a fraction of the power needed to run standard mobile processors.

The VAIO G21 comes in two models – the VGN-G21VN / B and the VGNG21XP / B. The first one features an Intel 1.06Ghz Core 2 Duo U7500 chip, system memory of up to 2GB RAM and a 64GB SSD.

Graphics are powered by an Intel GMA 950 graphics chipset with 224MB memory. It also comes equipped with an 802.11a/b/g wireless chipset, Bluetooth, fingerprint reader, and Windows Vista.

The VGNG21XP / B is similar as far as specifications go, but ships without the SSD.


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