The notebook currently has an Intel Atom Z550 2GHz processor, which does a fairly good job but comes just with 3G HSPA mobile broadband capabilities. However, the notebook has something called Everwair WWAN, which enables you to log onto the Internet even when there's no Wi-Fi available. While there are two USB 2.0 ports plus a headphone jack and an AC adapter point on one side of the notebook, the other side features an Ethernet port and a VGA port so you can also connect an external monitor. The product has a memory card, stick slot, Motioneye camera and microphone and a battery life that is excellent.
It's beautiful, sleek and absolutely stunning. The new VAIO X Series notebook (VPCX117LG) by Sony weighing 760 gms is probably the lightest and thinnest notebook available on the shelf. It houses an 11.1-inch stylish yet scratch-resistant widescreen display, which is LED backlit and offers multitouch trackpad for better functionality. Instead of a typical spinning hard disk drive, the device features a 128 GB solid state drive (to know more about it, click HERE), upgradeable to 250GB through the SonyStyle Store that provides faster boot-up and speedier access to your applications.