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Sony VAIO GT Specs

Sony VAIO GT Specs - PCSTATS
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Abstract: Sony holds the title of being first to market with a Crusoe-powered computer. With the entry of the VAIO GT they have also captured the title of making the most unique notebook/camera out there.
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Sony VAIO GT PCG-GT1 Specs

So far Sony holds the title of being first to market with a Crusoe-powered computer. With the entry of the VAIO GT they have also captured the title of making the most unique notebook/camera out there. The VAIO GT has taken the notebook concept and morphed it with a video camera to produce a Web-broadcasting laptop. The VAIO GT (PCG-GT1) is currently available in Japan, for about $2,800, but plans for its release in North America are currently unknown.

The most pronounced feature of the VAIO GT is the video camera protruding from the side. Both the LCD screen and Video Lens rotate 180 degrees, making the transition from computer to large video camera in a simple twist. With the largest battery the unit can operate for an astounding 17 hours - depending on usage as they say.

Inside the VAIO GT a Crusoe TM5600 600Mhz chip powers the Win ME based notebook. The computer comes with 128MB memory, an 8MB ATI RAGE Mobility, 6.4" (1024x768 dpi) Polysilicon TFT color liquid crystal display, 20GB ATA hard drive, CD ROM, Built-in 56K fax/modem, various audio and video jacks, with dimensions of: 241mm x 40mm x 155.5mm and weighing 1.1 kg. It consumes 37 watts of power.

The VAIO GT (PCG-GT1) is one of the most unique Crusoe based notebooks we have ever seen. The VAIO variant employs a full-size digital camera embedded on one side. With this feature the VAIO GT essentially becomes a mobile Web-broadcasting laptop.

While this looks very impressive, with a 20Gig hard drive it will be interesting to see just how much footage can be recorded and at what quality.

The full specs for the VAIO GT (PCG-GT1) are listed on the following page.

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