Sony Vaio VGN-N21E/W £599.99 5% discount using UCAS CARD and 5% quidco.Intel Core Duo Processor 1.73
Sony Vaio VGN-N21E/W £599.99 5% discount using UCAS CARD and 5% quidco.Intel Core Duo Processor 1.73

Sony Vaio VGN-N21E/W £599.99 5% discount using UCAS CARD and 5% quidco.Intel Core Duo Processor 1.73

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Operating System:
Operating System: Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium
Chipset: Mobile Intel 945GM Express Chipset
CPU Section:
Microprocessor Full Name: Intel Core Duo Processor T2250, Supports Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology
Microprocessor Manufacturer: Intel
Microprocessor Speed (GHz): 1.73
Number of Cores: 2
L2 Cache (KB): 2048
Frontside Bus (MHz): 533
Memory Speed (MHz): 533
Memory Type: DDR2 SDRAM (2x512MB)
Max. Memory (MB): 2048
Memory Size (MB): 1024
Hard Disk Drive:
Hard Drive Capacity (GB): 120
Hard Drive Type: Serial ATA
Hard Drive speed (rpm): 5400
Optical Drive:
Optical Drive Type: DVD+-RW/+-R DL/RAM
Optical Drive Fitting: Built-in
Optical Drive Speed Read: CD x24, CD-R x24, CD-RW x24, DVD x8, DVD-R DL x6, DVD-R x8, DVD-RW x6, DVD+R DL x6, DVD+R x8, DVD+RW x8, DVD-RAM x5
Optical Drive Speed Write: CD-R x24, CD-RW x16, DVD-R DL x4, DVD-R x8, DVD-RW x6, DVD+R DL x4, DVD+R x8, DVD+RW x8 , DVD-RAM x5
Display Type: X-black LCD
Diagonal Size: 15.4"
Resolution Format: 1280 x 800
Resolution Type: WXGA
Graphic Card Full Name: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950
Producer: Intel
4 Pin i.LINK (IEEE1394), 400 Mbps: 1
DC in: 1
Memory Stick Slot: 1
Memory Stick Slot Type: Memory Stick Std / Duo, Memory Stick PRO Std / Duo, high speed data transfer
SD Card Slot: 1
Audio out: 1
Audio out Type: Stereo Headphones/Speakers Jack
Microphone Jack: 1
RJ-11 Direct Port (Modem): 1
RJ-45 Direct Port (Network): 1
USB Speed: High/Full/Low
USB Ports: 2
VGA Connector for Monitor: 1
Express Card Slot: 1
Express Card Type: 34mm
Battery Type: Lithium-Ion battery (VGP-BPS2A/S)
Built-in Modem: V92/V.90
Integrated Wireless LAN: Yes
Wireless LAN Max. Date Rate (Mbps): 54
Wireless LAN Range (m): max. 100
Wireless LAN Type: 802.11b/g
Ethernet network: 100 BASE-TX/10 BASE-T
Intel High Definition Audio compatible: Yes
Built-in Stereo Speakers: Yes
3D Surround:Yes
Windows Sound System Compatible: Yes
Special Buttons: Power button, Wireless switch, Short-cut Keys (S1 & S2) , Mute, Volume Control
Auto Resolution: Plug and Display
Kensington Lock: Yes
Audio: SonicStageCP 4.2
Video & TV: DVgate Plus 2.3, WinDVD 8.0 for VAIO
Photo: Google Picasa
CD-DVD Burning: Easy Media creator 9, Click to DVD 2.6
Office Application: Adobe Reader 8.0, Microsoft Works 8.5, Microsoft Office 2003 STT (Try & Buy)
Security & Other: Norton Internet Security 2007 (with 90 days free virus update),), VAIO Recovery Utility 2.6 - HDD recovery (hidden partition), Skype, Google software package
Depth Main Unit (mm): 264.5
Height Main Unit (min - max in mm): 29-38.9
Width Main Unit (mm): 364
Weight with Supplied Battery and Supplied Drive (kg): 3
Supplied Accessories:
AC Adaptor: Yes
Battery: Yes
Power Cord: Yes


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Original Poster

the 5% discount from UCAS card would bring your total to £569.99 plus quidco £541.49.

Original Poster

this is a excellent deal if you have a ucas card as everywhere else is £600 and above. why is it being voted cold?

Not sure, possibly because people don't know what a UCAS card is?

Original Poster

its a card like nus but you can apply for this when youre in college or sixthform. you can apply online at ucas.com/uca…ard

Ok if I did have a card it would mean I was a student.

Therefore I would not have £600 for a laptop when a £350 one would serve me just as well and save me money.

Original Poster

with the same specs where?

Am I right in believing you still have to send Sony laptops to a different country if they need repairing under warrenty?
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