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Sony VAIO L117FX


$2,000.00 Released November, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Large 24" 1080p capable multitouch touchscreen display. HDMI input for use as a TV with external devices. Powerful - Intel Core 2 Quad (quad core processor), dedicated Nvidia graphics, large drive capacity, 6GB of RAM.

The Cons:Somewhat boxy looking - not as sleek as the iMac. No HDMI output. All-in-one design makes self-service, upgrading or reusing major components impossible.

The Sony VAIO L117FX is an all-in-one 24” multi-touch computer system featuring an Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400S processor, 6GB of DDR2 SDRAM, and a 1TB SATA hard-disc drive. It comes pre-installed with the Windows 7 operating system and is fully touch-capable, although this feature isn’t necessarily too useful for users who employ the system as a traditional desktop.

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Included are USB, Firewire, and Ethernet ports, not to mention a high-powered GeForce graphics card with 1GB of RAM. Signature to the L117FX is that it includes a built-in TV tuner for receiving digital TV and over-the-air HD signals (antenna required), as well as an independent HDMI input for connecting to a compatible HDMI-enabled device like a cable/satellite set-top box or PS3 gaming console.

Features

  • 24” Multi-Touch System
  • Windows 7
  • Intel Core 2 Quad
  • DDR2 RAM
  • SATA HDD
  • GeForce Graphics
  • TV Tuner
  • HDMI

Specifications

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400S (2.66GHz)
  • Memory: 6GB DDR2 SDRAM (Up to 12GB)
  • HDD: 1TB SATA
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce G240M (1GB)
  • Audio: 5.5W Stereo Speakers
  • Ethernet: 10/100/1000
  • Interface: USB, FireWire/i.LINK, HDMI, S/PDIF
  • Tuner: ATSC/NTSC
  • Optical: Blu-Ray Burner

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Pros
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    large 24" 1080p capable multitouch touchscreen display

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    HDMI input for use as a TV with external devices

  • 2

    powerful - Intel Core 2 Quad (quad core processor), dedicated Nvidia graphics, large drive capacity, 6GB of RAM

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    Blu-ray burner

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    space saving all-in-one design

  • 0

    comes with Windows 7

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    built-in TV tuner

Cons
  • 2

    somewhat boxy looking - not as sleek as the iMac

  • 2

    no HDMI output

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    all-in-one design makes self-service, upgrading or reusing major components impossible

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    touchscreen interface on the standard desktop monitor configuration is strenuous on the arms

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    high price for the majority of consumers

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    older DDR2 memory

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