New Sony VAIO PCV-V10B PC-In-Monitor

Posted: Sep 9 2003, 9:53am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:58pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 

New Sony VAIO PCV-V10B PC-In-Monitor
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Sony introduces a new version of its all-in-one PC - Sony VAIO PCV-V10B/ (W/B).

December 2002 we reported about the Sony W PC line that integrates all PC elements into a flat screen monitor. The PCV-V10B is doing just that but the new series looks way cooler and more compact.

The PCV-V10B features a 15" flat screen monitor with 1024x768 resolution. It comes in Black and White casing.
The size is 380x200x327mm and the weight is 7.8KG. The PCV-V10B also known as "Bio-V" is featuring a TV-Tuner and a Remote control is bundled with the stylish all in one PC.

Specifications:
Celeron 2.2GHz
256MB RAM (max. 1GB)
80GB Hard drive

It will sell for 180,000yen in Japan.

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