Honey, I shrunk my VAIO

Subject: Mobile | June 8, 2006 - 03:37 PM |
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This is no tablet, it runs WinXP professional edition.  Scheduled to be released in July, with a ~$1,800 price tag, this tiny PC offers a lot of possibilities.  Drop by Digital Trends (once called Designtechnica) for a sneek peek.



"The Sony VAIO UX Micro PC weighs around 1.2 pounds and sports a 4.5-inch wide SVGA screen which uses

the company's XBRITE technology to deliver brilliant color, crisp graphics and very fine details. The

screen is also touch sensitive, usable with an integrated stylus and on-screen touch launcher for

quick access to features and programs commonly used, such as games and Internet e-mail. Driving Sony's

smallest PC is an Intel Core Solo Ultra Low Voltage processor and the Microsoft XP Professional

operating system. This combination is joined by 512MB of 400MHz DDR2 SDRAM, an Intel Graphics Media

Accelerator 950 with 128MB of dynamically allocated shared RAM/video memory and a 300GB 4200RPM ATA

hard drive."

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