Sony VAIO All-In-One PC
Enjoy a combination of performance and value for money with the Sony VAIO All-In-One PC .It features a 3rd Generation Intel Core i7-3630QM 2.40GHz processor together with 8GB DDR3 memory that ensures smooth system performance and immense multitasking capabilities. A 2TB HDD allows you to accommodate tons of files. The Blu-ray Player allows you to watch your favorite DVDs with Blue Ray Technology. The DVDRW allows you to play and burn files on CDs and DVDs. A 24" Touchscreen lets you experience games and movies in both depth and detail with amazing color and impeccable contrast. This device comes with a keyboard and a mouse as well as a Windows 8 64-bit OS installed. Order the Sony VAIO All-In-One PC without delay.
What It Is And Why You Need It:
|Operating Systems||Windows 8 64-Bit|
Memory Module Specifications
|Total Memory Size||8GB|
|Memory Speed MHz||1600MHz|
|Memory Configuration||2 x 4GB|
|Maximum Memory Supported||16GB|
|Display Type||Full HD LED-backlit|
|Maximum Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|USB Ports (Total)||3 - USB 2.0|
|3 - USB 3.0|
|Audio Out Jacks||1 - Headphone|
|Processor Class||Core i7|
Hard Disk Drive Specifications
|Hard Drives Included||1|
|Hard Drive Types||Hard Disk Drive|
Optical Drive Specifications
|Optical Drive Class||Blu-Ray Player/DVD Burner|
|Supplemental Media Type||Media Reader|
|Audio Description||Integrated Audio|
|Audio Chipset||High Definition Audio|
|Graphics Description||Dedicated Graphics|
|GPU/VPU||NVIDIA GeForce GT 620M|
WiFi & Wireless Specifications
|WiFi Chipset||Atheros WB225|
|WiFi Description||Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g/n|
|WiFi Standards Supported||802.11b|
Network Adapter Specifications
|LAN Data Transfer Rate||10/100/1000Mbps|
|LAN Description||Gigabit Ethernet|
Included Additional Software
|Productivity Applications||Office 2010 preloaded; purchase a product key to activate.|
|Webcam Resolution||1.3 MP|
|Specification Notes|| To provide the most accurate specifications, the specifications listed are based upon the manufacturer's exact model specification as published on the manufacturer's website, and the manufacturer's product documentation.|
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This is not specific to systems purchased from any one company, but now standard practice throughout the entire industry.
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