Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has unveiled a new Chromebook manufactured by Sony. The Chromebook is codenamed as VAIO VCC111, also referred to as “VAIO Chromebook Computer, series one, 11-inch display.”
[hana-code-insert name=’StumbleUpon’ /][hana-code-insert name=’Reddit’ /] PCMag has reported that under CPU, the sticker is attached listing “T25” suggesting that “1.2-GHz ARM processor could be the first Chromebook ever to sport a non-Intel CPU”. Laptop Reviews has reported that the new laptop comes with 2GB of RAM along with 16GB SSD for storage. It has been suggested that that laptop operates on Nvidia Tegra 2 processor.
The 11.6 inch laptop supports power jack, HDMI port, Bluetooth, and audio jacks on its left with an SD card reader and two USB ports on its right side.
The laptop would come in the price range of $299 to $400.
At this time four Chromebooks are present with two laptops from Samsung and two from Acer, one with only Wi-Fi and the other with Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity.