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The new Vaio SX12 notebook has probably more ports than you ever need

By Wong Chung Wee - on 11 Jul 2019, 1:00pm

The new Vaio SX12 notebook has probably more ports than you ever need

Image source: Vaio

The new Vaio SX12 is the latest 12.5-inch notebook that offers a generous selection of I/O ports.

Image source: Vaio

The ports include three USB Type-A, a USB Type-C that supports charging, a standard SD card slot, an audio jack, a Gigabit Ethernet port, an HDMI port, and a legacy D-Sub connection.

Image source: Vaio

As for its specifications, the Vaio SX12 offers up to 8th generation Intel Core i7 8565U for its CPU, while storage options include both M.2 and 2.5-inch SSDs with capacities up to 1TB and 256GB respectively. It also offers the choice of an LTE module so that there’s data connectivity while on the move.

Vaio SX12 All Black Edition (Image source: Vaio)

The Vaio SX12 weighs just under 900 grams and has a touted battery life of up to 14.5 hours. There are a few color options to choose from and the All Black Edition of the Vaio SX12 appears to be the most premium of the lot; however, its storage option is limited to only PCIe-based M.2 SSDs that support NVMe protocol.

Image source: Vaio

The All Black Edition even has the option to “black out” your keyboard, i.e., no key identification symbols for the keyboard.

The Vaio SX12 price ranges from 119,800 yen (~S$1,505) to 365,904 yen (S$4,595) for the top-end All Black Edition. The laptop is currently available only in Japan.

Source: Vaio via TweakTown

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