Sony Vaio Flip SVF14N13CXB

Sony Vaio Flip SVF14N13CXB

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Sony Vaio Flip SVF14N13CXB


Operating System Windows 8
Processor Type Intel Core i5
Processor Model Intel Core i5 (4th Generation)
Processor Speed 1.6 GHz
Processor Bits 64 bits
Processor Threads 8
Nο οf Cores 2
L3 cache 3 MB
Maximum RAM NA
Hard drive size 500 GB
Hard drive speed 5400 rpm
Optical Drive No Drive
Type οf harddrive Serial ATA
Mοѕt memory NA
 Number οf memry slots 2 slots
Installed RAM 8 GB
 Type οf memory DDR3
Dedicated graphics memory NO
Graphics processor Intel HD Graphics 4000
Mοѕt shared graphics memory Yes
Colors Black
Dimensions (WxHxD) 13.2 x 9.25 x 4.3 mm
Weight 4.3 pounds
Aspect ratio 16:10
 Backlight LED Backlight
Screen size 14.0 Inches
Screen surface
Touchscreen Yes
 3G Nο
Bluetooth Yes
 LAN 10/100/1000
Modem Nο
Wireless/Wifi Yes
DVI out Nο
Firewire Nο
Headphone output Yes
Microphone input Yes
Parallel port Nο
S/PDIF out Nο
Serial port Nο
TV-out Nο
USB 2.0 No
USB 3.0 Yes
USB Ports (Total) 2
Battery life NA
Battery type NA
Nο οf cells NA
Camera Yes 0.92 MP
Card Reader NA
Fingerprint Reader No
Remote Control No

Sony Vaio Flip SVF14N13CXB

Right now in PC history, its very nearly additionally astounding to see another prominent and handy laptop without any negative aspect, with a wonderful twisted hybrid design. That is the reason you would not be stunned to see that Sony's flagship average size Vaio is more than just an alternate thin clamshell.

The Vaio Flip 15 still faces the same question that has tormented different mixtures before: How would you tackle the age-old (or if nothing else a couple of years old) issue of building a tablet and portable computer into a solitary gadget? We've surely seen a lot of conceivable arrangements through the years, from completely separable screens, sliding keyboard, to screens that wind or pivot around, however there's still opportunity to get better.

Anyone can figure out from the name of the Flip, the system transformative capacities originate from a screen that can be flip up or down. On paper this laptop look much like Lenovo's most popular Yoga line, with a two-way pivot that overlays the distance backward just like a slatelike tablet. The only issue the user of this tablet face is that its keyboard points out from the base of the tablet when it is deactivated, which can be ungainly and uncomfortable.

The Flip takes care of that specific issue by adding a pivot to the focal point of the upper top, shaping a flat line from left to right.
The cover overlap again along that line, permitting the screen to tilt back and overcome to that issue. First and foremost its cover lid flips over to structure a stand mode, with the screen bringing up from the once again of the system, far from the touchpad and keyboard. At that point the cover can be pushed and make a slate-style structured tablet and contrary to the Lenovo's Yoga its keyboard is on the inside.

By and by, it meets expectations a great deal more like Dell's XPS 12 , which additionally has a flat focus pivot, albeit all things considered it turns the whole screen through a static external edge.
It's likewise very much alike the Acer Hope for R7 , which rather has its rely on the end of a free-drifting arm interfacing the cover to the base. The Vaio Flip is sleeker-looking than both of those, furthermore has the playing point of being accessible in 13-, 14-, and 15-inch models, making it one of the main fair size half and halves.

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