Sony VAIO VGC-JS155J/P
Released November, 2008
The Pros:Excellent screen clarity and brightness, as good as or better than most basic external displays. Reasonably portable for a desktop. Comfortable keyboard with responsive keys and dedicated volume buttons.
The Cons:Included mouse is smaller than average and may be uncomfortable for larger-handed users. Stand is difficult to adjust. Somewhat expensive for the overall specs.
The Sony VAIO VGC-JS155J/P is an all-in-one desktop computer released in late 2008. This PC features a 20.1” LCD screen, an Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 at 2.53 GHz, 4GB of DDR2 memory and a 500GB serial ATA hard drive, making it suitable for general use.
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Besides a marginally faster processor and larger hard drive, this computer is essentially the same as the VAIO VGC-JS110J/S. It includes an integrated Intel G45 Express Graphics chipset, two 3-watt stereo speakers and also supports 5.1 high definition surround sound. This desktop also has an 8x DVD writer, wireless 802.11 b/g/n networking, a multimedia card reader (Memory Stick/SD) and Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit edition. Users with multimedia devices will appreciate the 5 USB ports and 1 iLINK firewire connection. A slim-profile USB keyboard and optical mouse are also included. Those who use a computer for basic tasks and perform light multimedia work should find the Sony VAIO VGC-JS155J/P more than acceptable.
- Intel Pentium Dual-Core processor E7200 @2.53GHz
- 4GB DDR2 RAM
- Integrated Intel G45 Express Graphics chipset
- 500GB 7200RPM SATA hard drive
- 8x DVD writer
- 10/100/1000Base-T network interface
- Wireless-LAN 802.11 b/g/n
- Integrated 5.1 channel sound
- Multimedia card reader
- Includes slim-profile keyboard and optical mouse
- Windows Vista Home Premium 64-Bit
- Inputs/Outputs: 5 x USB, 1 x FireWire, microphone, headphone, audio-in
- Dimensions & weight: 22.6" x 11.7" x 18.9"; 29.8 pounds
User Reviews (1)
Excellent screen clarity and brightness, as good as or better than most basic external displays
Reasonably portable for a desktop
Comfortable keyboard with responsive keys and dedicated volume buttons
Included mouse is smaller than average and may be uncomfortable for larger-handed users
Stand is difficult to adjust
Somewhat expensive for the overall specs
Comes with Vista instead of Windows 7
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