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Customize To Order (CTO) laptops started being released by Sony as a reply to a lot of negative opinions appearing in the media, blaming the company for its inflexibility regarding the customizability of their laptops. No company likes seeing its name right beside a red STOP sign, so Sony decided to stop losing customers over minor things like these. We salute their decision! The Sony VAIO VPCY2190X is exactly one of these new Configure To Order notebooks. Being able to choose from a wide range of processors and hard drives to being able to choose unique colors and interesting textures, students, gamers, entrepreneurs, designers, and busy business men are now able to build their own VAIO notebook to meet their exact needs and specifications. One has endless possibilities when it comes to configuring the Sony VAIO VPCY2190X. And it can be quite fun too!
Mobility and performance come together with the customizable 13.3 inch Sony VAIO VPCY2190X laptop. This stylish PC weights just 3.9 pounds and has a durable magnesium casing that protects it from most unwanted events. Let's see how we can customize it to suit our needs. Starting at just $ 769.99, it can reach the incredible price of $ 2139.98. And indeed it has lots of interesting options, depending on how you intend to use it.
The first thing we can configure is the processor. The basic Sony VAIO VPCY2190X comes with an Intel® Core ™ i3-330UM processor (1.20Hz) processor. For just $ 100 more, you can add an Intel® Core ™ i5-430UM processor (1.20GHz) with Turbo Boost up to 1.73GHz. Not a great improvement, but it can really make a difference. With the basic configuration you also receive the Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-bit operating system and to upgrade to the Genuine Windows® 7 Professional 64-bit OS you need just $ 50 extra.
You can choose between 6 colors at no extra charge – Black, Teal Blue, Silver, Pear Green, Fuchsia Pink, and Purple Violet. The basic version has a 320GB Hard Disk Drivespinning at a modest speed of 5400 RPM. A 500GB Hard Disk Drive at the same speed can be added for $ 50, while a 256 GB SSD with RAID 0 Technology costs $ 520.00. If you want to change the standard 4GB (2GBx2) DDR3-SDRAM-800 memory with 8GB (4GBx2) DDR3-SDRAM-800, you need to add another $ 300. The basic version has an Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator HD, but you have the option of choosing the ATI Mobility Radeon ™ HD 4550 GPU (512MB VRAM) for just $ 50 more.
Although you get the Microsoft® Office 2010 Starter, if you need Microsoft® Office 2010 Professional you should add another $ 350. Unfortunately, there is no other software that can be added. Not even an antivirus other than the free Norton Internet Security ™ 2010 (30 Day Trial).