Sony Vaio TR1 - Ultra Small First 802.11a Notebook

Posted: Jun 21 2003, 10:09pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:52pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Sony Vaio TR1 - Ultra Small First 802.11a Notebook
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The Sony Vaio TR1 is the first notebook Sony has marketed with integrated 54mbps 802.11a wireless LAN - means 54Mb/sec.

The 3.06-pound Vaio TR1 features DVD/CD-RW, up to 1GB RAM!, 900MHz Intel PIII, 10.6" TFT Screen, integrated Bluetooth, 802.11a and 802.11b, Firewire, MemoryStick, USB 2.0.
On top of that the TR1 features a built-in Camera (Sony Motion Eye).

Japanese is selling the Vaio TR1 with english OS for the US Market. The TR1 goes for $2,799.

Sony TR1 Now available at for $1,899.00!

See Also:
New Sony Ultra Mini Notebook PCG-U101
New Sony Centrino Based Vaio PCG-Z1/P
Sony's Smallest Digital Camera

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