Laptop manufacturing Company VAIO just released it’s 12-inch SX12 laptop for the US market after the initial launch in Japan. This tiny laptop comes with so many I/O support that it’s almost inconceivable. Here is the picture of this laptop just in case if you are curious to see.
VAIO’s SX12 Laptop.
Before we get started with the details just know that this tiny laptop supports three USB A, one USB-C, an HDMI, a VGA, a regular SD Card slot, an Ethernet and a headphone jack with mic port. Am I missing any port? I guess no.
This little computer comes in four different model with five different price tag. The base model comes with Intel’s 8th gen core i5 processor from U series along with 8GB DDR3 ram and 256GB PCIe based SSD drive. At a price tag of $1,199 for this model, it’s a not a cheap laptop. The top most configuration includes an Intel Core i7 processor with 16GB DDR3 ram and 1TB PCIe SSD drive that would cost $2,199 without any tax. Expect the price to go little more up depending on the stated you are located at.
All the models will include typical Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 module and an embedded Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip for additional security. The display supports full HD (1920×1080 pixels) resolution. Unfortunately though, none of these models has the touch screen feature.
The company expects the battery life to be little over 10 hours (10.5 to be exact) depending on the usage. This mighty feature rich laptop weighs little less than 2 lbs and comes in various color options. You can check out the official page of SX12 for additional technical specifications.