Sony VAIO VPCY216FX/G
The Sony VAIO VPCY216FX/G comes with the necessities and nothing else in the bundle.
The right side of the notebook has a pair of USB ports, Ethernet port, and the ExpressCard slot along with the power switch in the hinge.
The left side of the notebook has a cooling grate, VGA output, HDMI output, USB, i.LINK connector, mic jack, headphone jack, Kensington lock port, and the AC adapter port is in the hinge.
From the top view, you can see the chicklet keyboard and the track pad among other things.
The bottom of the notebook has cooling grates, the battery, and the cover over RAM and storage.
The matte metallic green lid doesn't show fingerprints and proves it really isn't easy being green.
The front edge of the Sony VAIO VPCY216FX/G has indicator lights, wireless on/off switch, and memory card readers.
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