hi guys this is my description of my sony Sony VAIO VGN-C22 (Core 2 Duo T5500 Processor 1.66GHz, 512MB RAM)
1.66GHz Mobile Intel Core 2 Duo T5500 Processor,
2 MB L2 Cache, 667Mhz FSB
13.3" Widescreen TFT
Windows Vista Home Basic
512MB DDR2 533MHz RAM
80GB SATA HDD
Intel 945PM Express Chipset
Intel GMA Upto 64MB Memory
8X Dual Layer DVD Writer
LAN, i.Link IEEE 1394
Integrated Bluetooth 2.0,
Integrated Wireless 802.11 a / b / g, 56K Modem
2 USB Ports
(13.3 inch WXGA, Core 2 Duo Processor 1.66 Ghz, 512 MB Ram, 80GB HDD, Vista Home Basic, S Video Out, DVD/CD Writer,Bluetooth, ,2.3 Kgs)
and i'll tell u why more about this laptop of sony,and i;ll tell u why i sell this cool laptop..
first i tell u about this sony..
The good: Bold coloring; high-quality screen.
The bottom line: The C2 is more affordable than many VAIO laptops.
The keyboard is large considering the size of the laptop. It stretches nearly the full width of the chassis and has keys that are larger than those found on most laptops, regardless of size. i haven't always been fans of Sony's boxy-looking keys but i achieved a good typing speed on the C2 with a high accuracy rate.
The C2 is a good compromise of size and portability. Its chunky chassis allows for the installation of a 13.3-inch widescreen display, and at 2.3kg, it's not overly heavy. Our only gripe would be that it's a tad chunky-looking--considering Sony's efforts with the UX series, this laptop could have been thinner and lighter.
Below the mouse buttons is a set of icons etched into the plastic, and below those, corresponding LED lights that show power status, low battery alerts, plus hard drive, optical drive and memory stick activity. This is all standard fare but i like the mirrored panel above the keyboard, which shrouds six LED status lights denoting wireless activity, number lock, caps lock and scroll lock status.
The 120GB hard drive is an average amount of storage space, but is in line with what we'd expect from a Sony laptop at this price point. It's backed up by an integrated dual-layer Toshiba DVD burner, which can write up to 8.5GB of data per dual-layer disc--4.5GB otherwise.
The C2's 13.3-inch widescreen display is its strongest asset. It runs at a native resolution of 1,280 x 800 pixels and is of a very good standard. It's laced in Sony's X-Black screen coating so it benefits from better perceived contrast and color reproduction is accurate. Its glossy finish makes it a little too reflective when used in direct light, but on the whole we think it's excellent.
The C2 is a fully fledged Centrino laptop so it's capable of connecting to Wi-Fi networks.
It also has Bluetooth so you can synchronize data with your mobile phone. As is usual, there's a hardware wireless switch on the front edge of the laptop that will come in handy when an air steward tells you to switch off devices that could interfere with a plane's navigation systems.
There's a ghastly shortage of ports on the C2. The right side of the laptop is host to a paltry two USB ports and one four-pin FireWire port, which are joined by S-Video and D-Sub graphics outputs. The left side has modem, LAN, microphone and headphone jacks, plus an SD memory card reader. A separate MagicGate Memory Stick reader sits at the front edge of the laptop.
The software package is slightly more impressive than the hardware specification. The C2 ships with Windows Vista Home Premium Edition, which has a range of applications that lets you exercise your creativity. Windows Movie Maker, Windows Media Center and Windows DVD Maker are three of the highlights. You also get Microsoft Office.
and now is about
Performance And Battery Life..
The C2's U1500 CPU and 1GB of RAM aren't exactly awe-inspiring, and neither were its PCMark 2005 results. It clocked up a meager 2,855, which indicates it's really intended only for everyday tasks such as surfing the Web, organizing and viewing your media collection, and possibly light video editing.
Battery life wasn't bad,though-it lasted 5 hours 30 minutes,which is long enough to watch a couple of movies on a long car or plane journey.
my Sony VAIO notebooks have a one-year local warranty.
and why this laptop is my birthday gift from my dad,i wanna sell this laptop for $900..
if u want more cheep just send me a message..