Sony Vaio X teardown
The Sony Vaio X series is the company's response to Apple MacBook Air. This ultraportable notebook has an Intel Atom CPU, SanDisk SSD, and integrated Verizon Wireless Mobile Broadband support. "Its portability and weight (or lack thereof) are its greatest assets, and it’s a solid machine for email, Web, and basic business apps," wrote TechRepublic's Jason Hiner.
Follow along as we take a peak at the hardware inside Sony Vaio X (VPCX131KX/B).
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