VAIO announced the SX12, a notebook with a 12.5-inch screen, and offers more I / O options than many more machines. It is a follow-up to S11, allowing you to use the space much more efficiently with larger screens and key caps in the same size body.
Check out everything you can plug in! 3 USB-A ports, 1 USB-C for charging, HDMI, full-size SD card slot, headphone / microphone port, Ethernet port and even VGA. Now the edge of the notebook is taller and the bezel is reduced. The SX12 uses an Intel 8th generation quad-core core i5 or i7 processor and has an optional LTE module. The weight is less than 888 grams or less than 2 pounds.
The Verge recently reviewed the VAIO SX14. We found it to be a practical, lightweight machine with a comfortable keyboard and powerful performance. The cramped trackpad and reduced battery life were a drawback, and although we do not expect performance to improve on small devices, the trackpad is not at least shrinking anymore.
VAIO SX12 Japan This week's prices range from ¥ 119,800 (~ $ 1,100) to ¥ 216,800 (~ $ 2,000) based on storage capacity, color options and processors. There is no mention of the US launch yet, but S11 and SX14 are over. Therefore, this step is likely to proceed.
In any case, it has been proven that thin and light notebooks can be made without sacrificing connectivity. How about VAIO P revival?
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