VAIO SX12 and SX12 All Black Edition officially - 12.5 Inch Screen, Intel Alder Lake Processors


VAIO SX12 and SX12 All Black Edition officially - 12.5 Inch Screen, Intel Alder Lake Processors

The Japanese company has introduced its new notebook, the VAIO SX12, which boasts strong hardware features, a slim line and low weight.

The new VAIO SX12 boasts a 12.5-inch screen and a very light weight of just 899 grams. The base model boasts a new Intel Core i7-1260P processor, while the All Black Edition has an even stronger Intel Core i7-1280P processor, and as an option both support 5G networks.

Thanks to its compact dimensions and low weight, it is easily portable so it will not burden even the kids who may have them in their backpacks. But by no means confuse its small dimensions with its hardware capabilities, which are really great, because the VAIO SX12 is about 1 and a half times stronger than its predecessor.

The laptop also boasts VAIO TruePerformance technology that optimizes battery consumption and even heat dissipation. The screen is Full HD resolution, the image is crystal clear, and with the aforementioned 12-core processor from the "Alder Lake" family, users have 16GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 512GB SSD PCIe disk, with of course Windows 11 OS.

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As for inputs and outputs, there are 2x Thunderbolt 4 inputs, 2x USB 3.0 inputs, gigabit network input (Ethernet), HDMI video output, as well as a 3.5mm audio input for headphones / microphone. Let's also mention the 2.07MP camera that supports face recognition, Wi-Fi 6E, and it is interesting that it also supports the military MIL-STD-810H standard, so it is resistant to shocks, drops, pressure and extreme temperatures. Special praise should be given to the battery that will last up to 26 hours, and is available in as many as five colors - bronze, white, black, silver and rose gold.

The company also introduced the VAIO SX12 All Black Edition with a 14-core Intel Core i7-1280P processor and a 5G modem as an option.

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